The Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan, has said that on July 13, 1931, Kashmiris stood collectively to resist oppression and dictatorship and expressed their sentiments.
He changed the history of Kashmir with his holy blood and shook the walls of the oppressive Dogra government. Despite the worst atrocities in the history of mankind, due to the high morale and steadfastness of the Kashmiri nation, India seems to be losing ground in occupied Kashmir. The freedom movement will reach its destination with the charity of the holy blood of the martyrs of Kashmir. The martyrs of Kashmir, following the Sunnah of Imam Hussain, raised the banner of rebellion against oppression and tyranny. India wants to erase the identity of Kashmiris and end their yearning for independence. India has imposed a curfew on Kashmiris since August 5 last year to prevent them from expressing their feelings. I salute the martyrs of July 13. Today, tributes will be paid to Kashmiri martyrs all over the world, including Azad Jammu and Kashmir. In his special message on the occasion of Kashmir Martyrs’ Day, the Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan said that the great book of Islam in 1931 The movement became a flame. The blood of 22 children of Islam in the completion of the call to prayer created a new passion and courage in the people of the state of Jammu and Kashmir after which the struggle for independence began. He said that on July 13, 1931, the Kashmiri Muslims have narrated such an eternal story which the Kashmiri nation is still following and is constantly sacrificing its birthright for the right to self-determination. Despite all the restrictions and atrocities, Kashmiris are still challenging India by waving the Pakistani flag in Srinagar. Peace be upon you. The holy blood of Kashmiri martyrs will not go in vain. India will have to account for the blood of Kashmiris. He said that every child of Kashmiri is against India and is by the side of the soldiers in the struggle for independence. He said that the sacrifices made since 1931 were for the sake of freedom and for the right to self-determination which is still going on today.