SMHS attack: Lashkar chief hails militants for ‘historic’ task

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Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Mehmood Shah has congratulated the militants for getting one of their fellows freed from the custody of police, saying the incident was “an outcome of close coordination and cooperation among various Mujahideen organizations”.

File Photo of Naveed Jat alias Abu Hanzullah alias Munnu alias Chotu son of Mohammad Hanief Jat resident of Sahiwala, Multan Punjab Pakistan
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Lashkar spokesperson Dr. Abdullah Ghazanwi in a statement issued to local news agency GNS quoted Shah as saying that LeT accomplished this “historic” task and left the Indian security forces to face “unforgettable humiliation”.

He called the episode as the “apex of Mujahideen’s strategy, planning, and commitment to their cause”.

“All who participated in this momentous operation deserve congratulations and high level of appreciations,” Shah said.

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