Srinagar December 14: Asserting that the “sacrifices won’t go waste”, Muslim League on Friday paid tributes to two LeT militants who were killed in Brath Kalan Sopore on Thursday.
According to a statement issue to KNO, ML spokesperson, Mohammad Saad while hailing the sacrifices and services of slain youth including Owais Ahmad Bhat and Tahir Ramzan, said, “These youth are sacrificing their precious lives for a sacred cause and to end our slavery and miseries.”
Reiterating the pledge to take the mission of slain to its logical end, the spokesperson said that “Kashmiri people are struggling for the last seven decades for their basic rights and have been giving immense sacrifices, be it human lives or property.”
Saad said that “the sacred and pious blood of these martyrs will never go in vain and will surely bear fruits.” He also extended his condolences to grieved families and prayed for their forbiddance to bear this irreparable loss.(KNO)