LeT pays tribute to slain Hajin militants
Srinagar: Lashkar-e-Toiba, a militant outfit on Wednesday paid tributes to the two slain militants who were killed in an encounter that raged between forces and militants in Hajin gunfight.
Paying tributes to Abu Ammar Nasrallah and his companion Abu Ali LeT Chief Mahmood Shah in a statement to a local news gathering agency said that the Indian forces have since long known that they are upto no position in defending themselves against the ‘Freedom Fighters’ of Lashkar-e-Taiba.
“In the 10 hour long fierce gunfight between the forces and the two militants, the militants managed to kill 6 Indian Army personnel while injuring 9 others,” he said.
Shah said that Commander Nasrallah was a nightmare for Indian forces and the descendents of the militants will continue joining the ranks. Mocking the Indian Security forces, he said that putting up Air Force, Rashtariya Rifles (Army), SOG and hundreds of other military personnel against just two militants tells a lot about the bravery of Indian forces.
Mahmood Shah congratulated the mother and other family members of Nasrallah and said that “Nasrallah sacrificed for better and secure future of the nation. “He showed immense courage and attained his Martyrdom, fighting the occupational forces,” he said.
In the statement Shah further said, “I attribute the successes of freedom struggle to the unmatched love of the nation with the Freedom Fighters and said that it is the support of the nation upon which Mujahideen thrive upon. Our aims, ambitions and passion surpasses all hurdles. We have vowed not to back off from making any sacrifice until and unless the last person of Indian forces quits Jammu Kashmir.” (CNS)