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Azam Inqilabi (PATRON OF JKMeA)

Posted by Kashmir Portal on June 11, 2009

Azam Inqilabi
Azam Inqilabi was Born in 1947 in Srinagar, Azam Inqilabi, formally joined the resistance movement of captive Kashmir in 1964. He was arrested first in 1965 at the age of 18. Thereafter he was arrested fifteen times and had to languish in jails and torture centres for about seven years intermittently. After completing graduation in 1968 he crossed the cease-fire-line in March 1969 to meet his ideological guide Maqbool Butt (martyr) at Muzaffarabad. During the past forty years he crossed the LoC eight times while dodging thousands and lakhs of security forces guarding the LoC. He has visited Britain, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Turkey and Nepal to further the cause he is wedded to.
Azam Inqilabi
Patron of JKMeA
After working in half a dozen resistance organizations he finally joined Mahaz-e-Azadi, the pro-independence organization in 1983. Mahaz was founded on 7th of May, 1977 by elderly Kashmiri leader Sofi Mohd. Akbar who had already worked in the late Plebiscite Front for 22 years as vocal senior stalwart.

He has written several books and booklets in Urdu and English. He has also been the editor of his Urdu journal “Wahdat”. He was the first Chief of the United Jihad Council at Muzaffarabad in 1990-91. After his repatriation from Pakistan in Jan 1995, he played an important role in the revival of resistance political institutions in the State.

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