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Burhan, The feel of revolution

Burhan Wani, a commander of and a freedom fighter. He was popular among the Kashmiris due to his activities on social media where he used to share his views against Indian rule in Kashmir.
Burhan, The feel of revolution

The birthplace of slain rebel leader, Burhan Wani, remains one of the greatest restless zones of Kashmir. It is not only that the public wants to endure their sorrow for Burhan who has encouraged numerous youth to join rebel ranks in Tral but the ruthless extravagances by the administration armies have made them hit the road. The situation is so grave that Women want to take up arms, kids indulge in stone-pelting and young lads are prepared to join the rebellious ranks. 

Burhan wielded massive popularity in the indigenous population through social media attendance, and helped in assigning a more youth-oriented image of armed fighting in Kashmir, drafting several foot-soldiers to the noble cause.

Very ambitious to become a doctor to a top rebel commander, Burhan gave a new life to armed struggle, especially in south Kashmir. 

Who is Burhan Wani:

A boy, who was born in September 19, 1994 at Dadsara village of Tral area of Pulwama in an upper-middle-class family of Muzaffar Wani who named him Burhan Muzaffar Wani. Both his father and mother are Government school teachers in Tral. Nobody knew in the Indian Occupied Kashmir that this boy would change the history of warfare by escalating a challenge to the massive Indian Forces.

Burhan joined the armed struggle in October 16, 2010 to retaliate the humiliation when he was ruthlessly beaten by Indian occupational forces along with his brother Khalid Muzaffar Wani and the Indian occupational forces had killed his brother in custody on April 13, 2015.

He came up with his real name without hiding his identity and showed his existence in warfare, uniform from thick forests and lush green orchards in the south of Indian Occupied Kashmir and ruled over the hearts of the young generation of Kashmir.

Since 2011, Burhan was popular on social media as a commander of the largest indigenous Kashmiri freedom fighters organization — Hizbul Mujahideen. Burhan used the latest technology and the internet to promote Kashmiri cause on social media that resulted in sleepless nights for top ranks officers of the Indian army in New Delhi for more than six years.

Burhan was Kashmiri freedom fighter with political guts and was completely following the line of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) to promote Kashmiri struggle.

Burhan and his colleague had their own schedule, they used to sleep in the day and moved from one area to another at night to change their location in south Kashmir.

The pictures of their movement in forests and orchards made Burhan and his whole group famous among Kashmir’s young generation. He ruined Indian army restrictions with the help of local people who came to rescue him while bombarding security forces with stones during siege and search operations that disclosed the popularity and love of the people for Burhan in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

The Indian army along with other security agencies martyred Burhan Wani and his two colleagues at Bumdoora village in Kokernag area on July 8, 2016. More than one million people gathered at Eidgah Tral for his funeral. He was laid to rest close to the grave of his elder brother Khalid Muzafar Wani.

Burhan’s martyrdom gave a new life to the freedom struggle. Following the martyrdom of Burhan, the entire Indian Occupied Kashmir was involved in violence beginning from July 8, 2016 to February 2017. The longest shutdown and curfew in the history of IOK to mourn the martyrdom of Burhan, that explode clashes between Indian occupational forces and protesters in which nearly 100 people were killed, 15,000 injured and hundreds were blinded by pellet guns.

Chairman Hurriyat Conference Syed Ali Geelani while paying tribute to Burhan Wani said “These brave hearts will be remembered for their exemplary sacrifices towards freedom of Kashmir."

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