LeT pays tribute to 1947 martyrs
Srinagar, Nov 5: Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Mehmood Shah on Monday paid tribute to the “Martyrs of 6 November 1947” when millions of Muslims were massacred in a single day.
“Kashmiris were deceived into getting them to Pakistan by loading them into trucks, ultimately killing them. The incident and its pain revive every year on this day,” a spokesperson of LeT Dr Abdullah Ghaznavi in a statement issued to GNS quoted Shah as saying.
“We have never forgotten any Indian conspiracy. The pain given by India is as fresh as it was imposed on that day. It will never heal until each and every Indian atrocity and war-crime is avenged,” Mehmood Shah said in the statement.
He added that “a single bullet fired in retaliation and defence by freedom fighters is deemed as an atomic bomb whereas the worst human rights violations and chemical carnage by India are rendered in biasness”.
“This is the worst mark on the ethics of journalism. The goal of journalism is to differentiate between right and wrong but those who have been brought up on the values of injustice and biasness can never expect to go on this path. The time never goes the same,” LeT chief said.
“By Allah (SWT), Indian occupational forces will soon have to quit Jammu Kashmir. We are the heirs of martyrs and protectors of their sacrifices. We will never let the sacrifices go in vain. Freedom is an ultimate destination,” Mehmood Shah said. (GNS)