Conglomerate of militant organizations United Jihad Council Monday declared that it will confer bravery award Hilal-e-Shujhat to the three militants who were killed after a 48 hour long gun battle with Indian troopers in South Kashmirs Pampore town.
Spokesperson UJC Syed Sadaqat Hussain told local news agency CNS over phone from Muzafarabad that organization Chief Syed Salahuddin convened a special meeting to offer glorious tribute to the three slain militants.
He said that Syed Salahuddin while lauding the role and boldness of these militants said that India should read clear writing on the wall. He said all the three militants fought valiantly. The attacks on the Indian forces will be intensified and our militants will continue to target Indian establishments, he said.
We thank people of Jammu and Kashmir especially the people of Pampore for expressing solidarity and standing by them (militants) during the gun fight with Indian troopers, he said.
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