Amanullah Khan JKLF Supreme Leader Died (1934-2016)
Rawalpindi (Breaking News / News Update / Wednesday, April 26, 2016) – Supreme head of Jammu & Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Mr. Amanullah Khan has died at age of 82. He was admitted in Heart International Hospital Rawalpindi. Today at 08:30 he breathed his last.
Namaz-e-Janaza at Liaqat Bagh Rawalpindi
Namaz e Janaza of Amman ullah Khan will be held at Liaqat Bagh Park Rawalpindi tomorrow at 10:00 Morning (April 27, 2016). He born in Astore of Gilgit Baltistan. He will be buried in Gilgit.
Brief History of Ammanullah Khan
Amanullah Khan was born in the Astore area of Gilgit on August 24, 1934. In 1940, he went to Kashmir in pursuit of educational opportunities. He passed his Matric Exam from Kashmir University in 1950 obtaining a place in the merit list (by standing 1st amogst all Muslim Students in the state). He then joined S.P. College and later Amar Singh College Srinagar and migrated to Pakistan in 1952. There he joined S.M. College Karachi graduated in 1957 and obtained a Degree in Law in 1962, all this as a self-supporting student.
In India Pakistan’s Agent and In Pakistan India’s Agent
He was the co-founder of the Kashmir Independent Committee in 1963, was elected Secretary General of JK Plebiscite Front (PF) in 1965. He Co-founded the JK National Liberation Front (NLF) with Maqbool Bhat. (Maqbool Bhat was sent to gallows in Tihar Jail New Delhi in 1984.) Before being hanged, Bhat had spent 10 years in Indian prisons dubbed an agent of Pakistan and three years in Pakistan dubbed an Indian agent. Khan spent 15 months in Gilgit prison in 1970-72, accused of being an Indian agent and was tried in absentia in Srinagar, accused of being an agent of Pakistan.