Press Releases

ZAFFAR AKBER VISITS CIVIL LINES SRINAGAR, PAYS TRIBUTES TO SLAIN YOUTHS

Srinagar 4 Aug / Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM ) Chairman Zaffar Akber Bhat on Saturday asked people to offer funeral prayers in absentia for Armed youth who killed in three different gunfights respectively at Shopian, Kupwara and Kulgam.  According to statement issued to press, Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement Chairman Zaffar Akbar Bhat on Saturday continue Mass contact programme Addressed people at Tengpora and Bemina civil lines Srinagar, 

Zaffar Akber placed under house Arrest, Ahead of part's Absentia funeral programme for slain militants and civilian. Spokesperson condemns House detention of party chairman.

Srinagar 05 Aug /Authorities placed Zaffar Akber under house Arrest Ahead of Salvation movement's Absentia funeral programme for slain militants and civilian.

Salvation Movement Denounces continuous house detention of Zaffar Bhat, Condemns Shifting of Asiya Andrabi to Tihar Jail,

Srinagar 07 Aug /The Jammu and Kashmir salvation movement  (JKSM )  has strongly denounced the continuous house detention of its chairman  Zaffar Akber Bhat, Delegation visits Pulwama, Shopian ,phalgam and kulgam district of south Kashmir,  According to statement issued to press,  The Jammu and Kashmir salvation movement  (JKSM ) has   strongly condemned the continuous house detention of its Chairman Zaffar Akber Bhat , who has been prevented to carry out his social and  political activities , stating that the move reflects utter frustr

ZAFFAR AKBER REMEMBER'S SHEIKH AZIZ AND BURHAN u DIN ON ANNIVERSARY,

 Srinagar 09 Aug /Senior pro-freedom leader and Chairman Jammu & Kashmir salvation movement  (JKSM ) Zaffar Akber Bhat today paid glowing tributes to slain resistance leader Sheikh Abdul Aziz and Ali Muhammad Dar (burhan i din)  on death  anniversary.According to statement issued to press, Jammu and kashmir salvation movement chairman Zaffar Akbar Bhat while paying rich and glowing tributes to These two great martyrs of nation said "

ZAFFAR CONTINUES MASS CONTACT PROGRAMME, APPEALS PEOPLE TO REACH POOR AND NEEDY SECTION OF SOCIETY. CONDEMNS SUMMONS OF PARTY ACTIVISTS EX MILITANTS ,

Srinager 11 Aug :- Senior Hurriyat leader and chairman Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM ) Zaffar Akber Bhat continue's mass contact programme Addressed corner and condolence meetings in different parts of Srinagar city, Condemns harassment of pro-freedom camp and ex militants Ahead of 15 August.

Zaffar congratulates Pakistan on its independence day

 Srinagar 13 Aug :- Senior pro-freedom leader and Chairman Jammu and kashmir salvation movement (JKSM ) Zaffar Akber Bhat  While congratulating the people and the government of Pakistan on the eve of the Independence Day of Pakistan,  Zaffar has prayed for the peace, progress, economic stability and political stability of Pakistan.

Zaffar condemns caging of pro-freedom leaders and people, Boycott of August 15 celebration is Referendum to New Delhi,

Srinagar 15 August :Senior Hurriyat leader and chairman Jammu and kashmir salvation movement  (JKSM ) Zaffar Akber Bhat   has strongly condemned the government’s action of caging pro-freedom leaders,  turning entire Valley  into a military garrison , launching of CASO's , Arrest spree , Network blockade  and  Harrasment of pro-freedom   people on August15, He said on one side india celebrating it's  Independence day on the dark side  forces are selectively killing Kashmiri youth to intimidate and silence all voices in Kashmir

Zaffar pays tributes to Four Budgam Youths on 2nd Anniversary, the best way to pay tributes to martyrs is to continue their mission

Srinagar 16 Aug: Senior pro-freedom leader and Chairman Jammu & kashmir salvation movement  ( JKSM ) Zaffar Akber Bhat pays  Rich and glowing tributes to Four civilians of Aripathan beeru  Central Kashmir’s Budgam district on Second Death Anniversary, In a statement issued to press, Jammu and kashmir salvation movement chairman Zaffar Akbar Bhat has paid glowing tributes to Four civilians who were killed in forces' firing two years ago . Namely - Muhammad Ashraf Wani, Manzoor Ahmad Lone, Javid Ahmad Najam, and Javid Ahmad Sheikh , of Aripathan Beeru.