UJC Chief Pays Tributes To Naveed Jhat, Militants Killed At Khrew

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Srinagar: United Jehad Council chief and the Hizbul Mujahideen supremo Syed Salahuddin  paid glowing tributes to slain militant commander Naveed Jhat his associate Mehrajudin and two militants killed in Khrew encounter stating that the “sacrifices of youth won’t go in vain.”

In an e-mailed to Valley Media Service, the Hizb spokesman Saleem Hashmi said: “Hizb Supreme Commander Salahuddin during his address to a command council meeting tribute two militants Adnan Lone and Adil Bhat for achieving martyrdom during their fight against government forces with exemplary bravery and courage.”

Salahuddin, according the statement said that no one will be allowed to play with the sacrifices of the martyrs as the twenty six militants killed in last few days have scripted a history by laying down their lives for a just cause and their sacrifices will go down in golden letters in the history of Kashmiris freedom struggle.

Deputy Chief of Hizb-Ul-Mujahideen Saifullah Khalid also paid rich tributes to the militants killed in a gunfight in Khrew hamlet of Awantipora area and said, “Militants despite limited resources are inflicting heavy casualties on the opposite side.

While paying tributes to the militants killed in a gunfight in Chattergam Budgam Saifullah Khalid said, “a very young militant Naveed Jat inflicted heavy casualties by inflicting heavy casualties on the government and made them to dance on his tones.”

Saifullah Khalid said, “blood of martyrs will don’t go waste and freedom will dawn on the people of Kashmir very soon. (VMS)

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