LeT condemns ‘unjust’ arrest of Hurriyat leadership

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By GNS on 23/02/2019.

LeT condemns ‘unjust’ arrest of Hurriyat leadership


Srinagar,Feb 23:  Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Mehmood Shah has strongly condemned the “unjust” arrest of Hurriyat leadership and “atrocities” and restrictions imposed on Kashmiri students studying in Indian universities.

A spokesperson of LeT Dr Abdullah Ghaznavi in a statement issued to GNS quoted Shah as saying that the “biased Indian media and Modi government are manipulating Hindu population on anti-Islam agenda and attacking Kashmiris and Indian Muslims”.

“Modi government must know that those who set ablaze the house of others undoubtedly burn their own homes. Hundreds more will rise on the martyrdom of a single Kashmiri,” Mehmood Shah said.

“India wishes to intensify its atrocities by deploying 100 more companies of forces in Jammu Kashmir which has yet again exposed its vicious anti-Kashmir motives,” he said.

He strongly condemned and expressed grief over the ban imposed on a “pro-Kashmiri” organization by Pakistan and said such measures are nothing but a “betrayal” with the sentiments of Kashmiris.

“Every nation today makes decisions on the grounds of their national strategic interests. However, decisions made under foreign pressure have always turned out to be false and in negation to national and strategic interests,” LeT chief said.

Mehmood Shah thanked the Sikh community for “protecting the Kashmiri students, traders and drivers from radical Hindu mobs” and said that such acts are evident to the fact that humanity still thrives