MIRPUR: Jammu Martyrs Day will be observed at both sides of line of control in Jammu and Kashmir like the rest of the world on Thursday to commemorate the supreme sacrifices.
Over 2.50 Muslim inmates of Jammu city and adjoining areas were martyred the 6th of November 1947 while they were moving for migrating to their newly borne beloved homeland Pakistan.
This day is observed every year by the Kashmiris to remember the great sacrifices of lives rendered by those over 2.50 lakh inmates of Jammu including men, women, children and elderly Muslims who were mercilessly slaughtered by the armed Hindu gangsters including the Indian occupying and the dogra military troops near Jammu Sialkot working boundary under a nefarious pre-planned conspiracy while they were proceeding for migrating to their beloved homeland Pakistan.
Special ceremonies including seminars and symposiums will be held in all small and major towns of all ten districts of AJK including the capital city of Muzaffarabad, Mirpur, Kotli, Bhimbher, Bagh, Rawalakot, Palandri, Havaili, Hattiyan and Neelam valley to pay glorious tributes to the Jammu martyrs.
A mega congregation entitled “Jammu Martyrs Conference”, will be under the auspices of Tehreek-e-Azadi Jammu and Kashmir at Quaid e Azam Stadium on Thursday afternoon. Leading personalities from various parts of the country including AJK will address to pay rich tributes to the martyrs who laid down their lives this day 67 years ago for the sake of Pakistan while opting to migrating to this country through Jammu Sialkot working boundry.
Quran Khawani will be held at various places for Kashmiri martyrs under the auspices of various social, political and public representative organizations.