The policeman guarding house of J&K Roads and Buildings Minister Syed Altaf Bukhari, who decamped with two rifles has joined militant outfit Hizbul Mujahedeen. This was claimed by the Hizb Chief Syed Salahuddin through a statement issued to CNS.
Hizb Spokesperson Salim Hashmi quoting Syed Salahuddin said that the outfit has decided to reward the said policeman.
Naseer Ahmed Pandit, a resident of Karimabad Pulwama had fled from the house of Bukhari on Friday (March 27).
The Hizb Chief according to statement, while heading the meeting of Hizb Command Council said Nisar Ahmed has formally joined the outfit.
“Nisar Ahmed is the inspiration for those working for Jammu and Kashmir Police. We hope that in coming time, more and more cops in a bid to shatter the haughtiness of pro-Indian actors will join militant ranks,” he said.
Hizb Chief made it clear that freedom loving people of Kashmir can’t be appeased or suppressed for long.
“We condemn the action of the Indian Security agencies which harass the family of Nisar Ahmed during their raids and warned them of dire consequences,” he said.
“During the meeting it was reiterated that freedom struggle will continue with vigor till it is not taken to its logical conclusion. Prayers in favour of people who lost the lives at Nilnag Laden were also held during the meeting,” the statement reads.