LeT pays tribute to slain militants

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By CNS on 23/01/2019.

LeT pays tribute to slain militants

Srinagar, Jan 23: Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba Wednesday paid rich tribute to three militants killed in Shirmal Shopian encounter on Tuesday. The slain militants include Amir Ahmed Bhatt, Shams ul Haq alias Burhan and Shoaib Shah.

   “The states which ruthlessly commit atrocities never endure peace for long. India will have to answer its wrongdoings and crimes against humanity,” Mahmood Shah, the LeT Chief said in a statement to CNS.

   He said that India wants the youth to be trapped in the glamour of the world but the youth have spoiled India’s vicious motives and sacrificed their wills and lives for freedom struggle.

   “India can never suppress the indigenous freedom struggle of Jammu Kashmir. The more the Indian machinations resort to violence and barbarism, the more the freedom struggle will intensify.”

“The Modi regime has committed worst mistakes in their tenure, the fallouts of which will have worst consequences on its future generations. The joint sacrifices of public and freedom fighters will shake the foundations of Indian regime’s infrastructure. The good days of Modi have long gone,” LeT Chief said.

Mahmood Shah paid his tribute to the valor and persistence of pro-freedom leadership and public and said that India’s every vicious motive bites dust against such emotions. It is India’s false narrative and notion if they think that they can suppress the indigenous freedom struggle by imposing false allegations and FIRs against Hurriyat leadership.