Pro-freedom leaders pay tributes to slain militants
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Pro-freedom leaders pay tributes to slain militants

Separatist leaders and parties have paid rich tributes to six militants, who were killed today in a gunfight with the forces at Arampora, Tral, in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

Separatist leaders and parties have paid rich tributes to six militants, who were killed today in a gunfight with the forces at Arampora, Tral, in south Kashmir's Pulwama district.  

Paying his heartfelt tributes and homage to the slain militants, the Tehreek-e-Hurriyat (TeH)  chairman Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, in a statement said, "We as a nation are indebted to these pious sacrifices and it is our religious and moral duty to safeguard these exemplary sacrifices collectively."

"Kashmiri people are facing the worst kind of oppression but despite that they will take their movement to its logical conclusion. Despite having been subjected to the worst inhuman experiences over the years, the people of Kashmir have developed a firm belief that there is no U-turn on the way to liberty," Sehrai said.

Jammu Kashmir National Front (NF), while paying rich tributes to the slain militants, said, "The sacrifices of youth are priceless and will be safeguarded."

Paying heartfelt tributes to slain militants, Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (R) leaders Barrister Abdul Majid Trambu , advocate  Ayoub Rathor and Wajhat Bashir Qureshi, in joint statement said, "Our brave hearts are highly qualified and scholarly persons with broad vision and ideology."

Paying rich tributes to the slain militants, theTehreek-e-Muzahamat  (TeM) chairman Bilal Ahmad Sidiqui, in a statement said, "Our brave youths are sacrificing their prime youth for Kashmir cause. They are leaving their homes, relatives and shining carriers for the grace and glory of nation and Ummah." 

 "We as a mature nation need to understand the importance of these huge and sacred sacrifices and should renew our pledge to take their mission to its logical end," Sidiqui said.

Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (H) chairman Javaid Ahmad Mir, who has been released on interim bail till December 28, while paying tributes to slain militants said, "Our youth have given huge sacrifices only for right to self determination."

Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM) Zaffar Akbar Bhat, paid rich tributes to the slain militants, saying, "These sacrifices will not go waste."

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