Armed struggle to continue: Salahuddin
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 28: The supreme commander of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen Syed Salahuddin on Tuesday said the armed struggle would continue till the goal is achieved.
“Every kind of talks will prove futile and meaningless until India acknowledges Kashmir as a dispute,” said Salahuddin while addressing a meeting of outfit’s central command council at Muzaffarabad.
The meeting, according to a statement issued by the Hizb spokesman Ahsan Illahi, discussed at length the prevailing armed and political struggle in Kashmir.
Salahuddin paid glowing tributes to its deputy divisional commander for Doda division Ghulam Nabi Gama alias commander Dawood s/o Ghulam Rasool of Datyas, Doda, who died in an encounter with the forces yesterday.
“The slain commander had been in the field for the past 18 years. He inflicted colossal losses on armed forces at several occasions. He was pious, righteous and virtuous commander and an asset to the outfit,” said Salahuddin.
The meeting offered special prayers for slain militant commander and expressed solidarity with his family.
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