Hizb distances itself from ‘threatening’ posters

Hizb distances itself from ‘threatening’ posters

Srinagar: Distancing itself from the posters which ‘appeared in the several areas’ in Kashmir, Hizb-ul-Mujahideen on Tuesday said that the Indian agencies were trying to create confusion by pasting such posters.
In an e-mailed statement, Hizb operational spokesman, Burhan-ud-din said: “The fake posters of Hizb appeared in several areas in which life threat was given to Muhammad Khalil Khan, Mudasir Gulzar, Shabir Ahmad Mir, Nisar Ahmad Ganaie, Muhammad Khalil Kuka, Muhammad Rajab Khanday, Farooq Ahmad Ganie and Zahoor Gulzar. The militant outfit wants to clear it that we don’t have any link with those posters.”
He appealed people of Kashmir to keep close vigil on the agents of Indian agencies. “Hizb has also caught several persons who were pasting such posters and were asking for donations on our name,” he said.
According to the statement, Ghaznavi paid tributes to Zamrooda, who allegedly set herself ablaze at Hill Pathri, Gund area of Kangan in district Ganderbal.

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