Jihad Council bans students’ entry in militancy; asks them to concentrate on studies

Srinagar, Oct 13,: Two days after Scholar turned Militant commander Manan Wahi was killed in an encounter in Kupwara, United Jihad Council, an amalgam of militant outfits  has put ban on the entry of students in militant outfits.

General Secretary United Jihad Council Sheikh Jameel-ur-Rehman who also heads the militant outfit Tehreek-ul-Mujhadeen Saturday appealed students from Kashmir to stay away from armed struggle and concentrate on their studies.

He said: “Youth are our valuable asset and if they don’t concentrate on their studies then those pro-India elements will find it easy to stretch the period of our thralldom. I request militant commanders as well to desist from giving training to budding students,” he said in a statement.

Srinagar, Oct 13,: Two days after Scholar turned Militant commander Manan Wahi was killed in an encounter in Kupwara, United Jihad Council, an amalgam of militant outfits  has put ban on the entry of students in militant outfits.

General Secretary United Jihad Council Sheikh Jameel-ur-Rehman who also heads the militant outfit Tehreek-ul-Mujhadeen Saturday appealed students from Kashmir to stay away from armed struggle and concentrate on their studies.

He said: “Youth are our valuable asset and if they don’t concentrate on their studies then those pro-India elements will find it easy to stretch the period of our thralldom. I request militant commanders as well to desist from giving training to budding students,” he said in a statement.

Sheikh Jameel-ur-Rehman said that the pace India has adopted to kill youth of Kashmir has back fired as more and more educated and qualified youth are joining militant ranks.”I request students to concentrate on their technical and professional studies as they are the ones who have to run this ongoing freedom struggle movement,” he said.

While paying rich tributes to Dr Manan Wani, the TeM Chief said that Kashmir will witness the Sum of Freedom one day and India has to vacate this land sooner or later

Earlier in past few years  dozens of students especially university and college students left their studies midway to join militancy and subsequently got killed in encounters with government forces. Earlier this year a professor of Kashmir University  was killed only a day after he joined militant ranks.

The inclination of educated youth towards militancy has been a headache for security agencies from past few years especially after the killing of young Hizb Commander Burhan Wani.

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