“I’m not satisfied with pro-freedom leaders”

“I’m not satisfied with pro-freedom leaders”

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Shakeel Bakshi He has been one of the major voices against the Indian government in Kashmir. Born in 1963, he was first arrested in 1984 for his political activism and later became patron of the Islamic Students League (ISL). Participating in protests and now online debates about Kashmir politics, Shakeel Bakshi, doesn’t align himself with any of the pro-freedom groups of the region. He says, “leadership is in its evolutionary stage, only those can carry the flag of the resistance movement who will remain on principles.” He has spent eleven years in jail. The Kashmir Walla’s Muheet ul Islam talks

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