Laskhar posters warn ‘informers’

Laskhar posters warn ‘informers’

Srinagar: Posters issued in the name of Laskhar-e-Toiba outfit in Srinagar have threatened that “informers will be killed” if they continued to inform on militants and stone throwers.
The outfit also thanked people for continuing the shutdown and appealed to the parents to stop their children from visiting army camps and police stations.
“All enemies of Islam are informed that they should not shun practice of spying on Mujahideen, their sympathisers and stone throwers. Otherwise we won’t give them any chance this time and will send them to hell,” the LeT said.
“We would like to thank people for their steadfastness and resolve despite sustaining losses,” a poster said.
Lashkar-e-Toiba has been responsible for carrying out some of the deadly fidayeen strikes in Kashmir, like the last month’s attack on a CRPF convoy in Pampore, in which eight troopers were killed.
In May, the outfit’s Pakistan commander Abu Dujana openly asked people to take arms and fight to Indian forces.
The fresh posters have also requested the people to maintain discipline, determination and unity and not to lend ears to rumours and divisive statements.
“Auqaf committee, imams, and other responsible citizens should support and take care of affected people,” it said.
According to the militant outfit, it is the responsibility of people to take care of families who lost their sons and help injured people.
“Also, they should not hinder youth from fighting for freedom and instead should guide them,” it said.
It said appealed parents to have an eye on their wards and prevent them from visiting army camps and police stations. “We appeal youths to offer prayers and recite Quran and shout Allah-0- Akbar while fighting and we will succeed,” it added.

One Response to "Laskhar posters warn ‘informers’"

  1. Abc   July 26, 2016 at 9:37 am

    1.Shouldn’t shun spying .
    2.Youths
    3. Shout Allah Akbar
    Is it like that Kashmir reader ???

    Reply

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