Srinagar: Hizbul Mujahideen posters spotted in Anantnag on Friday have asked Jammu and Kashmir policemen to return to their homes within a week, failing which their families would be socially boycotted.
At Tral, Hizb and Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) outfits asked the people to sustain the momentum of the ongoing public uprising with discipline.They counseled the protesters to ensure ambulances, doctors and medical staff were not intercepted or harmed. They counselled people to ensure that ambulances, doctors and medical staff were not intercepted or harmed.
The two outfits sent their posters to main mosques in south Kashmir’s Tral town. The posters were read out by the preachers in their Friday sermon. “The movement for freedom has entered a decisive phase. The people must sustain it while maintaining discipline,” the posters said, appealing to people to continue shutdown and protests according to the programme put forth by the united pro-freedom leadership.
The outfits warned hoarders and profiteers of punishment and asked common people to help each other to sustain the resistance movement.
“We will not issue any further warning to the informers of the pro-India camp and agencies. We will directly target them,” the LeT warned.
LeT posters had also appeared a few days ago at Srinagar mosques, warning informers of the government.
Friday’s Hizb posters said that people affiliated with National Conference, PDP, Congress and BJP should refrain from spreading rumours. “Otherwise, such people will be exposed and they will be responsible for the ramifications,” the Hizb said.
The posters said that relief committees should be set up in every mohalla under Imams. They asked people to offer Dars-e-Quran and Dars-e-Hadith after Asr prayers for three days in a week.