SrinagarLashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Mehmood Shah on Friday said a youth Majid Arshad Khan, who joined the militants over a week ago, was permitted to leave for his home on the request of his mother, since he was the only caretaker to his household.
Lashkar-e-Taiba has never sought violence or barbarism, a spokesperson of the outfit Dr Abdullah Ghaznavi quoting LeT chief, wrote to a local news agency. The current development is evident to this claim.
He said the freedom struggle of Kashmir is being brought up by the sacrifices of whole nation and if one mother calls upon his son to get back to her, we will respect her decision.
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