LeT pays tribute to Jaish slain militant

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By Fast Kashmir on 26/12/2017.


Srinagar, Dec 26: Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba Tuesday paid tribute to Jaish militant Noor Muhammad Trali who was killed in a gun fight with Forces in Samboora village of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

As per a statement issued to news agency CNS, Mehmood Shah, the LeT Chief said that: “the Indian agencies had arrested Commander Nur Muhammad for being a Kashmiri under POTA, a law passed by Indian law-makers to

suppress the indigenous freedom struggle of Kashmir. Commander Nur

Muhammad sought the ranks of freedom fighters when fed up with the

rule of Indian forces, thus embraced martyrdom.”

“Kashmiris are turning to the glories of martyrdom than living under barbaric rule. Such a path is an exemplary model for the youth,” he said adding that India will face the resistance from the bricks and stones of Kashmir until they quit Kashmir.

Mahmood Shah strongly appreciated the support of masses in Sambora during gun fight.(CNS)