Informers Active in South Kashmir: Hizb, Pays Tributes to Slain Militants



Militant outfit Hizb-ul-Mujahideen Tuesday alleged that “Indian agents” are active and have been helping Indian forces to track and assassinate Kashmiri militants.

Chief Spokesperson Hizbul Mujahideen Burhan-ud-Din told CNS over phone, “Indian agents are active in Kashmir and it is because of these agents that militants are being killed in different parts of Kashmir. We have directed our intelligence chief to identify and expose those agents who help to kill these militants.”

He said, “it is really shocking and disturbing for us that Indian agents in South Kashmir have become so active. “On daily basis our militants are being killed,” Burhan-ud-Din said.

While paying rich tribute to the two slain militants who got killed in a gun fight in Drubgam Shopian, the Hizb Operational spokesperson said that it is a “big loss for the organization”.

Meanwhile paying rich and glorious tributes to the “two martyrs who attained martyrdom” in Pulwama gun fight, Hurriyat (g) chairperson Syed Ali Geelani said, “our brave hearts abandon their colleges and universities and sacrifice their youth hood for the better future of their nation and place a heavy responsibility on the people to carry forward their mission.”

On the directions of Geelani, a Hurriyat (g) delegation visited Pulwama and participated in the funeral prayers of the slain militants which (prayers) were led by Tehreek-e-Hurriyat district president Pulwama Ghulam Mohi-ud-din Andrabi. Geelani added, “the loss of precious human lives is continuously going on in Jammu & Kashmir and the rigid and stubborn approach of Indian rulers is solely responsible for all this. The Indian rulers are closing their and denying the ground realities regarding the Kashmir issue.”

“Kashmiris are peace loving people and they do not like war but the unrealistic approach of India is chocking all other peaceful options of struggle which is day by day increasing the political uncertainty and instability in the entire South Asian region,” Geelani said.


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