CNS reports from Indian occupied Kashmir
Srinagar: Umbrella of local militant outfits United Jihad Council has said that India has been frustrated and tired and now is working on a plan to create Ikhwan type organizations in Kashmir.
As per a statement issued to news agency CNS, Syed Salahuddi, the outfit Chief while addressing a high level meeting said that India is fighting a losing battle in Kashmir and has always dreamt of crushing the Kashmir Movement but it has failed miserably and in future too it will only taste defeat.
“There is a clear reading on the wall. Kashmir Freedom Struggle can’t be crushed and the sun of freedom will one day surely rise. So many politicians and Indian Chiefs came and go, but the Movement is going on without any hiccups,” Salahuddin said.
He paid rich tributes to militants killed in Tral, Zakura, Hajin and Magam Handwara. “The sacred blood of these militants will show its colour and people of Kashmir will certainly see light at the end of the tunnel,” he said and added that the sooner India understands this, the better it will be for her.
The UJC Chief appealed youth wishing to join militant ranks to chose only those organizations who have been confronting India from past 24 years.
Syed Salahuddin reiterated that Kashmir Movement is indigenous that has no international agenda. (CNS)
Amid shutdown, thousands participate in the last rites of Hizb militant
Armed militants offer gun salute at Adil’s funeral
Pulwama: Amid spontaneous shutdown, thousands of people on Tuesday participated in the last rites of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militant killed in a gunfight with Indian Forces in Tral area of Pulwama district yesterday.
Adil Rashid Chopan, who had been rescued by local people from encounter site in May this year at Saimoh village was killed in a gunfight in Gulshanpora Gujarbasti village of Tral township, was laid to rest at the martyrs’ graveyard in Lurow where thousands of people attended his funeral prayers.
Reports said that men, women, children and old participated in funeral procession amid pro-freedom slogans. Women were seen showering flower petals and confectionaries over the body of young militant who was only 17 years old.
Eyewitnesses informed that at least four armed militants surfaced at the funeral and offered a gun salute in full public gaze while mourners continued to chant pro-Islam and pro-freedom slogans.
Meanwhile, people observed a complete shutdown in the town. All the shops, educational institutions and business establishments remained shut while transport also remained off the roads.
Mobile Internet service continues to remain suspended for the second consecutive day. It was suspended yesterday after the killing of teenager militant. (CNS)