Srinagar, Nov 1: Mahmood Shah, Chief Lashkar-e-Taiba Jammu Kashmir Thursday paid tribute to slain militants including the nephew of Molana Masood Azhar, a prominent sniper, Usman Ibrahim, and Shaokat Ahmad killed in Tral South Kashmir. He also paid tribute to slain militants Mukhtar Khan from Budgam and Muhammad Amin from Pampore.
“The freedom fighters fought with great courage and attained the status of martyrdom in their fight. The whole nation is proud of them,” Shah said in a statement to CNS.
He said that the youth of Jammu Kashmir are posing as Muhammad Bin Qasim and fighting the ranks of Raja Dahir. “The sacrifices of our youth are the beginning of dawn of freedom.
The sacrifices of our people will not go in vain.”
Condemning the damaging of property and houses of Kashmiris by Indian forces, he said, “Regular militaries never damage the public properties. Indian forces, through a deliberate attempt to malign the peace, damage the public properties so that the trust and relationship between the public and freedom fighters is damaged. But this is a serious mistake on the end of Indian forces. The mothers and fathers who send out their sons to fight the illegal occupation will observe imminent patience on this loss and barbarism of Indian forces.”
Talking about the emotions of the people, Mahmood Shah said, “The courage, valor and bravery of our people are as high as Himalayas. Such dedication is exemplary and rare. India may harm the people using such vicious tactics but it can never break the people.”
Mahmood Shah appealed to the international human rights organizations to declare India as a terrorist state and impose sanctions on it for severe war crimes and human rights violations in Jammu Kashmir. He demanded the human rights organizations to play their due role in ending the Indian state terrorism. Shah paid his tribute to the emotions of public and said that people are our true power. Their love, harmony, support, sacrifices and attending the funeral prayers in masses will soon bring the dawn of freedom.