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Yasin Malik pays tribute Nadeem Khateeb

Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Mohammad Yasin Malik on Wednesday paid tributes to Pilot Nadeem Khateeb on his martyrdom day.

Malik said, “Sacrifices of Martyrs like Pilot Nadeem Khateeb and others symbolize the sanctity and authority of our freedom struggle. We salute a man who was leading a well settled life in USA and sacrificed his life for the sacred cause and wrote an inerasable page of valor, dignity and struggle.”

Recalling the sacrifices and struggle of pilot Nadeem, Malik said that he was a great son of soil who left lavishness of life for Deen I Mubeen strived for the freedom of his nation and sacrificed his life for the same cause.

He said that pilot Nadeem was a born revolutionary. “He along with his childhood friend Shaheed I Kashmir Ishfaq Majeed Wani started the struggle right from their school days at Tyndale Biscoe School and both embraced martyrdom for the just cause.”

Malik said that pilot Nadeem Khateeb’s who was leading a lavish life in America, martyrdom actually is answer to all those who club the freedom struggle of Kashmiris with poor economy, unemployment and at times dub people in resistance as miscreants or mislead people.

He said that “sacrifices of martyrs like Pilot Nadeem Khateeb and others symbolize the sanctity and authority of our freedom struggle and these sacrifices will never go in vain.”
Paying tributes to these great martyrs, he said that “today when we recall the struggle and sacrifices of Nadeem Khateeb, we pledge to take forward their mission to its desired goal.”


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