LeT call on shutdown, protests on Friday

LeT call on shutdown, protests on Friday
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SRINAGAR: Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) has asked people to observe shutdown on Friday, October 27, and conduct rallies and protests to “expose” India.
In an emailed statement, LeT chief Mahmood Shah said that 27th October is marked as the “Black Day” for Kashmir.
“India has committed mass atrocities, killing millions of innocents. Kashmiris and their sympathizers throughout the world will commemorate the day as the Black Day in the history of Jammu Kashmir.”
Shah appealed the “nation” to conduct rallies and protests “so as to expose the tyrant face of Indian barbarism to the world”.
He stated that the “freedom struggle” of Jammu Kashmir continues its journey to its glory.
“India tried all the possible tactics to seize the indigenous Freedom Struggle but in vain. The prime reason behind the successes is the strong sense of unity and understanding between the nation and Mujahideen”.
He said the braid chopping incidents have “exposed the sick tactics of Indian establishment”.

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