Srinagar , Jammu Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (JKDFP) has appealed Imams and other religious preachers to pray for senior resistance leader and its ailing and incarcerated chief Shabir Shah during Friday congregations.
The JKDFP spokesman in a statement said: “Shabir Shah is seriously ill in Tihar jail Delhi where he is denied suitable medical aid despite several court directions. Shabir Shah, who is suffering from many serious ailments, is confined to solitary confinement in Tihar jail.”
In his appeal to all Moulanas and Kahteebs, a JKDFP spokesperson said that Shabir Shah was arrested in July 2017 in a fake, fabricated and already resolved case, to punish him for advocating ‘Right to Self Determination’ for the people of Jammu Kashmir.
“Shabir Shah is the name of a resistance leader who has never compromised on his just stand on Kashmir dispute so Indian and its local agents have been punishing him since decades together,” the spokesman said.
Meanwhile, JKDFP Spokesperson expressed heartfelt grief and sorrow over the demise of the brother of editor in chief daily Aftab, Zahoor Ahmad Hashmi. While praying for his heavenly abode, JKDFP Spokesperson prayed for deceased and expressed solidarity with the bereaved.