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Kashmiris fight-for freedom
Muhammad Yusuf Saraf
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In , foundation of All Parties Hurriyat (Freedom) Conference (APHC) was laid. It was a platform of at least 30 pro-freedom parties to take forward Kashmir’s fight for right to self. Supra Kashmiris-Fight-For-Freedom, vol. II, page [with Sheikh in power an impartial plebiscite was out of question as he was committed to the State’s accession with India], XXXI.
For a long, Kashmiris were covertly struggling for their freedom from these multiple yokes. Otherwise, there is a long history of the struggle of people of Jammu and Kashmir against tyrant rules and brutalities. In the unfortunate history of Kashmiris, 16th March , is a dark day. Kashmiris Fight for Freedom, Vol.1 (); Vol.2 (). Muhammad Yusuf Saraf. Published by Ferozsons Ltd., Lahore, Pp. + xix. All this, however, does not detract from the value of the book. It is a mine of teeming facts and information which the student and the scholar would find immensely helpful for even.
M. Y. Saraf writes in his book, Kashmiris Fight for Freedom, (vol. 1, p 50), “Under the dogra rule, the Kashmiri were treated no better than beasts of burden. Instead of donkeys and horses. (Kashmiris fight for freedom-P ). This was how the first modern peaceful political movement of Kashmiri Muslims started and was finally crushed. But it had played its part.
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Price New from Used from Author: MUHAMMAD YUSUF SARAF. Justice Muhammad Yusuf Saraf (born ) was the Chief Justice of the Azad Kashmir High Court and the author of the voluminous work, Kashmiris Fight for was born in Baramulla in then princely state of Jammu and Kashmir, but migrated to Pakistan prior to the Partition of started practising law in Mirpur inrising to the bench in Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yusuf Saraf, Muhammad, Kashmiris fight-for freedom.
Lahore, Pakistan: Ferozsons, (OCoLC) Kashmiris fight for freedom. Lahore: Ferozsons. MLA Citation. Saraf, Muhammad Yusuf. Kashmiris fight for freedom / by Muhammad Yusuf Saraf Ferozsons Lahore Australian/Harvard Citation. Saraf, Muhammad Yusuf.Kashmiris fight for freedom / by Muhammad Yusuf Saraf Ferozsons Lahore.
Wikipedia Citation. request a book; contact us; book categories. book corner publications  novel [1,] history  islam  poetry  urdu literature  biography  short stories . In this regard, Yousaf Saraf in his book, ‘Kashmiris Fight for Freedom’ calls it “free forced labour” and “instead of donkeys and horses, Kashmiri Muslims were used for transportation of goods across the far-flung areas.” Atrocities of the Dogra regime could also be judged from the book of Sir Walter Lawrence, ‘The India We Served’.
To stifle the Kashmiri’s fighting spirit, the Dogra () punished even Kashmiri children who played with fork-slings (ghulail in Urdu) and stones (Muhammad Yousaf Saraf, Kashmiris Fight for Freedom, vol. 1, p. 50). Under the Dogra rule, the Kashmiri were treated no better than beasts of.
In Springan uprising against the Maharaja Hari Singh of Jammu and Kashmir broke out in the Poonch jagir, an area bordering the Rawalpindi district of West Punjab and the Hazara district of the North-West Frontier Province in the future Pakistan. The leader of the rebellion, Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan, escaped to Lahore by the end of August and persuaded the Pakistani authorities.
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The deteriorated and sorrowful condition of the Muslims and dictatorial rule of Dogra’s can be imagined by the Justice Muhammad Yusuf Saraf’s book, “Kashmiris Fight for Freedom” in which he calls it “free forced labour” and “instead of donkeys and horses, Kashmiri Muslims were used for transportation of commodities across the.
The NC chief said the new generation of Kashmiris was fearless and were "not scared of guns". "A new generation has taken birth which does not fear guns. It is striving to achieve freedom for this nation," he said. The former Union minister said the boys "rendering sacrifices" were not aspiring to be MLAs, MPs or ministers.
Kashmiris Fight for Freedom vol 2 () by Saraf : File Size: MiB: Date: Janu Infoundation of All Parties Hurriyat (Freedom) Conference (APHC) was laid. It was a platform of at least 30 pro-freedom parties to take forward Kashmir’s fight for right to self.
Kashmir: The Case for Freedom, with contributions from Tariq Ali, Hilal Bhatt, Angana Chatterji, Pankaj Mishra, and Arundhati Roy, and a selection of poetry by the sixteenth-century Kashmiri poet Habbah Khatun, comes at an important time, as new political and economic realities put the resistance of the Kashmiri people back on the map of global.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Saraf, Muhammad Yusuf, Kashmiris fight for freedom. Lahore: Ferozsons, (OCoLC) This book is a collection of essays that succinctly portray the conditions of the struggle in Kashmir. It gives the uninitiated a raw look at the hell hole that Kashmir is for Kashmiris.
The Story of Kashmir written by Tariq Ali is the mainstay of the book.4/5(51). ISLAMABAD The whole nation, Friday, observed Kashmir Hour to express solidarity with the oppressed people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The K. It was a platform of at least 30 pro-freedom parties to take forward Kashmir’s fight for right to self-determination.
The JeI was represented by Geelani. “Geelani’s uncompromising stand boosted his popularity graph among the youth,” a senior Kashmir-based journalist, who wished anonymity, told Anadolu Agency.
"We will continue to fight for justice for Kashmiris as they struggle against the brutal & illegal actions of the Hindutva Supremacist Indian govt in IOJK," he said.Kashmiris fight-for freedom (2 Volumes) by Muhammad Yusuf Saraf.
Volume: 1, (Pages ) 1st Edition () Volume: 2, (Pages ).The Kashmiris fight for justice and freedom has entered into a difficult phase, wherein the principles of humanity are no more respected, and the only language is the use of force.