Maqbool Bhat

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Maqbool Bhat (), also known as Maqbool Butt, (February 18, 1938 – February 11, 1984) was a Kashmiri militant and co-founder of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front. He was sentenced to death for murder by the Delhi High Court and hanged on 11 February 1984.


Maqbool Butt's QuoteFor us, Azadi (independence) means not just getting rid of foreign occupation of our beloved motherland but also to remove hunger, poverty, ignorance and disease and to overcome economic and social deprivation. One day, we shall achieve that Azadi " Maqbool Butt was born on 18th February 1938 to a peasant family in Trahagam village Tehsil kupwara, district Kupwara. His father was called Ghulam Qadar Butt. All we know about his mother is that she died when Maqbool Butt was 11 years old pupil in the village’s primary (junior) school. He had a younger brother Gulam Nabi Butt. As per traditions Ghulam Qadar married again to provide mothering for his children. From second wife he had two sons, Manzoor Ahmed Butt and Zahoor Ahmed Butt and three daughters. The early years of Maqbool Butt’s life, like thousands of other Kashmiri children were shaped by the harsh living conditions that characterised the life of peasants at this juncture of Kashmir history. It was the feudal system in the Maharaja’s Kashmir that forced Maqbool Butt to participate in the first political action in his life long struggle against suppression, occupation and for equality, freedom and social justice. Telling...
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