A grave awaiting

A grave awaiting

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“For us, Azadi (independence) means not just getting rid of foreign occupation of our beloved motherland but also to remove hunger, poverty, ignorance and disease and to overcome economic and social deprivation. One day, we shall achieve that Azadi.” The man, who quoted this statement, worked and lived for it his whole life and on February 11 1984, that man was hanged at Tihar Jail leaving his countrymen to work for the same. 29 years since the hanging of Maqbool Butt, Kashmir’s are still deprived of Azadi and continue to be ignorant, face economic and social prejudice and still have

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