ML pays tribute to slain commander Naveed Jutt, Redwani militants | KNO

ML pays tribute to slain commander Naveed Jutt, Redwani militants | KNO

Kashmir News Observer (KNO)

Srinagar, November 28 (KNO) : Muslim League on Wednesday paid tributes to slain commander Naveed Jutt and Redwani militants. "They are our hero’s," said ML spokesman Sajad Ayoubi in a statement issued to KNO, adding that "they are sacrificing their precious lives for our future and their sacrifices won’t go waste or unnoticed." Ayoubi thanked the people of Pakistan in general and particularly thanked Naveed Jutt "like hero's of Pakistan who sacrificed their lives, their comfort, their loved ones for our sacred cause and stood with us always." While commending on their sacrifices and support, Ayoubi said, "Pakistan and its people  shared our pain and raised their voice in our support. Pakistan and its people have taken an ethical stand to support our struggle morally, politically and diplomatically at all levels.” He thanked these hero's for being our friends and well wishers. “We have been deprived of freedom right and added that our youth lay their lives to end the age-old slavery of their nation, putting a huge responsibility on our shoulders to honour these sacrifices and take a mission to its logical end,” he added. Sajad Ayoubi further said, “We are duty bound to carry their mission to its logical end”. He said the biggest tribute to these sacrifices would be to  respect them by taking them logical end. He stressed up on the steadfastness, which is need of hour to take this sacred movement to its logical end. "UN resolutions form base (for our struggle) and guarantee the peaceful and amicable solution of issue as per the aspirations of people of Jammu and Kashmir. Commenting on the resolution passed on 5th January, 1949," Ayoubi said. He expressed dismay over the role of UNO, saying “it is painful that this institution has failed to implement its resolutions”. “It couldn’t contain the arrogant forces like India which is trampling all ethics in Jammu and Kashmir,” he said. Meanwhile, a delegation of Muslim League comprising of  Manzoor Ahmad  Lelhari, and Abdul Rashid led by its General Secretary Mohammad Rafiq Ganaie visited Redwani and Arwani to participated in the last rites of Ajaz Ahmad Makroo and Waris Ahmad Malik and extended  heartfelt condolences and sympathies with the family members of the slain persons and prayed for peace to their departed soul.
(KNO)