Hizb pays tribute to two militants killed in Shopian gunfight

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By CNS on 06/11/2018.

Srinagar, Nov 6: Militant outfit Hizbul Mujhadeen Tuesday paid tributes to two slain militants Muhammad Idrees Sultan alias Chota Abrar of Safanagri Shopian and Amir Hussain Rather alias Abu Sobaan of Awneera Shopian  who were killed in Safangari village of Shopian in a gunfight with government forces.

  Hizb Operational Spokesperson Burhanuddin told news agency CNS that both the slain militants were ‘daring’ and rich asset to outfit whose separation is really painful.

   Quoting Hizb Operational Field Commander Muhammad Bin Qasin and Deputy Chief Saifullah Khalid as having said that the sacrifices being made by the budding youth of Kashmir will not go waste and their blood will certainly show the colour sooner or later.

   “Hizb appeals Kashmiri people serving in Indian Forces establishment to abdicate their jobs and join the ongoing freedom struggle which is in the interest of people and nation as a whole,” he said.