Srinagar: United Jihad Council (UJC) Saturday paid tributes to the three militants and three civilians who were killed during an encounter in Arwani area of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district and in Rangreth clashes.
In an statement emailed to local news agency KNS, the outfit chief, Syed Salah-ud-din said the “sacrifices” rendered by the three militants including Junaid Matoo, Aadil Mushtaq Mir and Naseer Ahmad Wani and three civilians including Muhammad Ashraf, Ahsan Dar and Naseer Ahmad Sheikh of Bandipora “won’t go waste.”
“The people of Kashmir without caring about their lives are fighting against India. India must read the writing on the wall,” Salahudin said.
He appealed International community to “press India that they won’t achieve anything by the human rights violation in Kashmir and it can dangerous not only for India but for the whole world as well.”
UJC chief also lauded people for showing their affection towards the militants and said, “The fight against India would continue till any logical conclusion.”