Pantha Chowk Attack: LeT declares reward for Abu Musa

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By Fast Kashmir on 03/04/2017. 1 Comment

Pantha Chowk Attack:  LeT declares reward for Abu Musa


Srinagar, April 3: Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba has decided to reward its commander Abu Musa for carrying out what it termed a successful attack on Indian Security personnel at Pantha Chowk Srinagar.

In a statement to news agency CNS, Mehmood Shah, LeT Chief said that militants will never disappoint people. “Support and back us and we will never let you down. Modi’s Kashmir visit was unsuccessful because of you and we while representing your aspirations truly carried out three successful attacks,” Shah said.

The LeT Chief said that Indian Secret Agencies are frustrated after the Modi’s unsuccessful visit to State and now these agencies want to target Hurriyat leadership to malign the image of militants. “We warn Indian Security Agencies to desist from targeting Hurriyat leadership otherwise it will have serious ramifications,” he said and added that they will allow India’s dominant policies to succeed in Kashmir.

Mehmood Shah appealed Human Rights organizations of the world to take notice of India’s brutalities in Kashmir. “India is killing and blinding people of Kashmir and if these human rights organizations can’t declare India as a terrorist state, then we can assume that these organizations also back India,” he said. (CNS)



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