Says Mir Sadiq’s and Mir Jaffar’s still present in Kashmir
Srinagar, Oct 10: Chief of Hizbul Mujahideen, Syed Salah-ud-din Tuesday said the militants and the pro-freedom people of Kashmir have committed to continue with the freedom struggle till it reaches to its logical end.
In an e-mailed statement issued to KNS, the Hizb spokesman, Saleem Hashmi quoted Salah-ud-din while addressing a high level meeting of Hizb Command Council, said the “occupation forces and rulers have to leave Kashmir one day.”
He said India has already lost its war in Kashmir but it is holding it on the military might.
“The history of the world is witness to the fact that no freedom struggle has been suppressed for long by the occupying forces,” Salah-ud-din added.
The UJC and Hizb chief while paying tributes to the militants killed in respective encounters in the last two days, said the sacrifices of commander Khalid killed in Sopore encounter and the other three militants Zahid Ahmad Mir of Ganavpora, Asif Ahmad of Kathuhalan, Irfan Abdullah Ganie of Heff Shopian, who were killed in Keller encounter won’t go waste and they would continue their mission.
He said there are still Mir Sadiq’s and Mir Jaffar’s present in Kashmir but these people will meet the same fate of Mir Jaffar and Mir Sadiq.
He blamed the Indian agencies behind the increasing incidents of Braid chopping. He termed braid chopping as a tool.
The Deputy Chief of Hizb, Saifullah Khalid also spoke at the occasion. (KNS)