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LeT pays tribute to militant killed in Hajin, Hails valour of people


Srinagar: Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba has paid immense tribute to Abu Haris, Lashkar Commander, who succumbed to his injuries today after getting injured in a shootout with government forces in Bonmohalla Hajin of North Kashmir’s Bandipora district on Monday morning.

Mehmood Shah, the LeT Chief in a statement to news agency CNS said that the journey of endless sacrifices will continue till goal is achieved.

Mahmood Shah acknowledged and praised the people of Hajin for their unmatched love and support, saying that such people are scarce in the history of freedom movements.

“It has been a week that Indian forces continue to impose atrocities on the people of Hajin. Their possessions are being sabotaged. A crackdown is on for three days,” he said.

“The human rights violations are at peak, with more than 50 innocent Kashmiris injured in three days,” Shah said.

He said: “the Kashmiri nation must stand up and retaliate against Indian aggression before any more of the menace and barbarity the Indian forces dare to execute. The people of Hajin await the help.”

Mahmood Shah requested the Hurriyat leaders to pay a visit to the affected areas of Hajin.


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