Hizb pays tribute to militants killed in Sopore gunfight

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By Fast Kashmir on 05/09/2017.

Srinagar, Sep 5: Militant outfit Hizbul Mujhadeen Monday said that the death of senior commander Parvez Ahmed Wani alias Mubashir Sidiqui in a gun fight is the biggest loss for the outfit.
Pervez Ahmad Wani of Galoora Handwara and Nayeem Ahmad Najar of Brath Kalan Sopore were killed in a gunfight with government forces in Shangar gund area of Sopore on Monday.
Burhanuddin, the spokesperson of the outfit told news agency CNS over phone that United Jehad Council Chief Syed Salahuddin and Deputy Chief Saifullah Khalid paid rich tributes to Parvez and Nayeem and said that their every drop of blood will produce hundreds of militants in coming days.
“Parvez was an asset to this freedom Movement who joined the Hizb ranks in 2001. He participated in scores of gunfights and inflicted heavy losses to enemy troopers,” the spokesperson said adding the separation of these commanders is really painful.
The spokesperson said that
Hizb Operational Commander Field Muhammad Bin Qasim has appealed people to be cautious about the stooges and agents helping Indian agencies to get the militants eliminated. “The strong Intelligence Network of the Hizb will surely expose the black sheep and aides of Indian agencies,” he said. (CNS)