UJC chief pays tribute to ‘freedom loving’ militants, civilians; Doval’s plot biting dust, claims LeT

LeT commander, Junaid Ahmad Mattoo, died fighting Indian armed forces in an encounter on June 16, 2017 in Arwani area of Kulgam district. (FPK Photo/Shah Hilal)

Srinagar: Paying rich tributes to three militants and two civilians killed in Kulgam district on Friday, conglomerate of militant outfits United Jihad Council (UJC) has said that it is “dead impossible to crush the freedom sentiments of people of Kashmir who sacrifice their life for a sacred cause”.

Another militant outfit operating in J&K, Lashkar-e-Toiba  (LeT) meanwhile claimed that the plot of Ajit Doval is “biting the dust”.

Doval is India’s National Security Advisor (NSA).

“India should read the writing on the wall otherwise Kashmir will prove disastrous for it,” Chairperson of UJC, Syed Salah ud Din, said.

Paying rich tributes to three militants Junaid Ahmad Mattoo, Adil Mushtaq Mir, Naseer Ahmed Wani and two civilians Muhammad Ashraf and Ehsan Mushtaq Dar, the UJC chief vowed that the “sacred blood of these martyrs will not go waste”.

“This blood will become the base for the annihilation of Indian arrogance,” he said.

“The nation is fighting a united war against India. It will have serious ramifications for India, if it doesn’t understand the ground reality,” Salah ud Din said in a statement to news gathering agency – CNS. “The role of people in Kashmir is laudable.”

The UJC appealed International Human Rights Organizations to impress upon India that “it will get nothing out of human rights violations committed in Kashmir”.

“We assure the people of the nation that militants will live up to your expectations,” he said and reiterated that “struggle will continue till it is taken to logical conclusion”.

Meanwhile, the Lashkar-e-Toiba appreciated the “whole nation for their utterly loving support to martyrs and mujahideen”.

“The blood of our martyrs will not go unpaid. India must pay for its crimes on humanity,” Mahmood Shah, the LeT chief said and paid tributes to the families who “sacrificed their young in the path of freedom”.

Several rounds of funeral prayers were held for slain LeT commander, Junaid Ahmad Mattoo, in Khudwani area of Kulgam on June 17, 2017. (FPK Photo/Shah Hilal)

“We are the heir to the blood of our martyrs and we shall never leave India unpaid for its crimes. The alliance between the nation and mujahideen is keeping India to its knees. The plots put up by Ajit Doval are biting the dust. India and its forces are well exposed for the whole world to see,” Shah said in a statement to CNS.

Mahmood Shah appreciated the “efforts put of mujahideen by attacking police force”.

He further “appreciated” the militants who joined the funeral prayers of “martyrs and conveyed India a jaw-breaking response”.

“Each and every Kashmiri is united for our struggle to freedom. And it is the same alliance which shall pave the way to the fall of India. The time is near when the whole Kashmiri nation will celebrate their freedom. We must never be disappointed on the loss of any kind, for it is the blessings which should be accounted,” he said.

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