India ‘forcing’ mothers to call back their sons: LeT

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By Fast Kashmir on 21/11/2017.

India ‘forcing’ mothers to call back their sons: LeT

Srinagar, Nov 21: Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba Tuesday said that after the return of Majid Khan back to his home on the consent of the outfit in reply to the request of his mother, the Indian Armed forces are compelling the family members of other militants to do the same, although they do not agree to Indian vicious plans.

     Mehmood Shah, the LeT Chief in a statement to news agency CNS said that: “We must clarify the fact to India that the indigenous Freedom Struggle of Kashmir stands firmly on the grounds of sacrifices. Our elders, brothers, mothers, sisters, daughters, and children have invested their blood in the Freedom Struggle.”

     He said: “the incident of Shafi Gojri is enough for India to accept the bitter reality that even though the Indian forces forcefully called his wife and children at encounter-site, Shafi preferred martyrdom over the slavery.”

   “We are very well aware of our domestic issues and so are of Indian conspiracies. This is an indigenous Freedom Struggle. To put an end to Indian forces in Jammu Kashmir is the mission of Kashmiris.”

“Our mothers are neither afraid of Indian threats nor they will call upon their sons to get back to their homes, compromising their freedom. They are the mothers who consider their martyrs as Grooms. From now on, no freedom fighter will ever return his home. It is the Indian forces who would have to quit otherwise. They must vacate Kashmir,” Shah said.

     He said It is the defeat of Indian establishment and their vicious plans that they have no other way left than to plea to the mothers of the nation, instead of fighting on grounds.

    “Indian history is evident that even their compromises have hidden agendas, also self evident in the current scenario so as to sabotage the indigenous Freedom Struggle. But their plans will bite the dust eventually,” he said. (CNS)