- Kashmir Freedom Movement (UK Zone) has strongly condemned overbearing party political activities of AJK Prime Minister Ch. Majeed in UK to promote Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
- Jammu Kashmir National Independence Alliance (JKNIA) calls upon Prime Minister of Pakistan to accept Awami Action Committee Gilgit Baltistan Charter of Demand
- UN Secretary General Bon Ki-Moon intervention sought for the release and repatriation of the imprisoned mortal remains of Kashmiri martyrs Maqbool Butt (Shaheed) and Mohammed Afzal Guru (Shaheed)
Kashmir Freedom Movement (KFM) is an indigenous political party spearheading civil resistance movement in Jammu Kashmir since 1972. KFM aims to unite, mobilize, empower and represent the voices of the people at national and international level for the achievement of common purpose: Social Justice, Good Governance, Social-
About Maqbool Butt
Maqbool Bhatt was born on 18th February 1938 to a peasant family in Trahagam village Tehsil Handwara, district Kupwara. His father was called Ghulam Qadar Bhatt. His mother died when Maqbool Bhatt was 11 years old pupil in the village’s primary (junior) school. He had a younger brother Gulam Nabi Bhatt. Ghulam Qadar had two more sons, Manzoor Ahmed Bhatt and Zahoor Ahmed Bhatt and three daughters from second marriage.
History of the Kashmir Dispute
The State of Jammu and Kashmir has historically remained independent, except in the anarchical conditions of the late 18th and first half of the 19th century, or when incorporated in the vast empires set up by the Mauryas (3rd century BC), the Mughals (16th to 18th century) and the British (mid-