SALAH-UD-DIN PAYS TRIBUTES
Srinagar, Dec 20: Chairman of the United Jihad Council (UJC) Syed Salah-ud-Din on Thursday said the sacrifices offered by the militants reflect their resolve to continue the armed struggle in Kashmir.
“Militants are united and committed to take the ongoing freedom struggle to its logical conclusion and the martyrdom of six militants at Sopore is a proof of that,” UJC spokesman Syed Sadaqat Hussain said in a statement quoting Salah-ud-Din.
According the statement, Salah-ud-Din paid rich tributes to the militants killed in Saidapora encounter.
Salahuddin urged the leadership in Pakistan and both sides of the LoC to unite on the agenda of UN resolutions and continue their struggle till withdrawal of armed forces from Jammu and Kashmir. “Issues like trade and tourism are acceptable but they should not push to backburner the issue of right to self-determination and complete withdrawal of armed forces from Kashmir,” he said.
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