LeT pays tribute to two slain militants and woman

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By Fast Kashmir on 19/12/2017.

LeT pays tribute to two slain militants and woman

Srinagar, Dec 19: Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba, has paid their tribute to the slain Divisional Commander of Jaish-e-Muhammad, Tanveer Ahmed Bhat, Noman and sister Rubi Jan.
In a statement to news agency CNS, Mehmood Shah, the LeT Chief said that such sacrifices promise glad tidings for the freedom. “It is evident to the claim that not only do the sons but the daughters also have rendered sacrifices against Indian rule. India cannot maintain its illegal occupation against such passions,” he said.
He said that It is not only for India but for the whole world to see that a nation stands united with freedom fighters against Indian aggression.
He praised the freedom fighters for fighting a 22-hour long encounter with Indian forces despite insufficiency of supplies and said that: “it is the unmatched skill of freedom fighters and an example of weakness for Indian forces.”

     Mahmood Shah strongly condemned the injuries to innocent civilians caused by Indian Forces and the damage of property. He attributed such sick acts as an end to their times.
The LeT Chief thanked the public for their immense support to freedom fighters and said that such love, affection and support is of pivotal importance and blessing for us. “The public and freedom Fighters stand on the same consensus and position,” he added. CNS