Hizb, Lashkar pay tributes to slain

Hizb, Lashkar pay tributes to slain
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Ask Pakistan to strengthen diplomatic front

SRINAGAR: Hizbul-ul-Mujahideen (HM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) on Sunday paid glorious tributes to militants killed in south Kashmir on Sunday.
In a statement issued to a local news agencu KNS, Hizb operational spokesperson Burhan-ud-Din said that the outfit chief Syed Salahuddin on Sunday convened an emergency meeting and paid tributes to slain militants.
Quoting UJC chief, Burhan-ud-Din said such oppressive measures won’t belittle the ongoing struggle in Kashmir and that the sacrifices rendered by youth would not be allowed to go waste.
Salahuddin, according to spokesperson, asked the Government of Pakistan to strengthen its diplomatic front. He also urged the international rights organisations to intervene and raise India’s “barbarity” at the international level.
Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Mehmood Shah while paying tributes to militants and civilians said India is committing severe atrocities.
“The elderly, men, women and children alike are badly injured by Indian terrorism. Atrocities are being committed while as the human rights organisations are silent,” LeT spokesperson Dr Abdullah Ghaznavi in a statement issued to a local news agency GNS quoted Shah as saying.
“The Indian media takes every Kashmiri men, women, elderly and children as terrorists,” Mehmood Shah said, adding, “India is pushing the oppressed people to an extent that the waves of similar oppression reach out to Mumbai and Calcutta. The world will then term them as terrorism.”
LeT chief appealed to Pakistan that “despite India is killing the people of Jammu Kashmir and imposing severe atrocities, killing the young and injuring hundreds; still the demonstrations are being observed in solidarity with Pakistan where its slogans and flags are raised”.
“Therefore, we appeal to Pakistan to take proactive and responsible steps in putting an end to India’s madness and terrorism,” Lashkar chief said.