SRINAGAR Al-Umar Mujahedin chief Mushtaq Ahmad Zargar on Saturday paid tributes to the four militants of Jaish-e-Mohammad, killed in a gunfight with government forces at Pulwama district on Saturday.
In a tele-statement, Zargar while paying tributes to the slain said talks have not borne any fruit and that only armed struggle was the option left for Kashmiris to bring about an end to the seven decades old dispute.
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