Srinagar: Lashkar-e-Toiba on Wednesday advised Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to visit Hajin and inquire about the “inhumane behaviour of Indian forces” there.
“Committing such acts in front of our mothers and sisters [resembles] their behaviour in their homeland, nothing but a sick act,” the outfit said in a statement to CNS.
The LeT has strongly condemned the “inhumane behaviour of Indian forces” and said that such acts won’t be forgiven.
Mahmood Shah, the LeT chief, said that Indian forces have been committing sick and inhumane acts for a long time. “Even the forage for animals was burnt to dust; thus neither the animals nor the humans are safe from their wicked acts. The humanitarian organisations are not batting an eye on such atrocities. It is only when Kashmiris retaliate and rebel against Indian oppression that such organizations wake up and oppose the wrong enemy,” Shah said.
Shah paid immense tribute to the three militants killed in Qazigund and said that our mothers are reviving a glorious history by bringing the bodies of martyrs to their funeral processions as grooms.
“We are proud of our mothers and their utter support to the sons of the freedom struggle. We are proud of our people who not only show up at the sites of fight but support the militants, even though they are empty-handed and unarmed against Indian Forces, while leading the funeral processions of militants in their utmost glory and in great numbers. Such incidents are scarce and nowhere to be found in the world. We are proud of our militants who gave up their lives but did not submit to Indian aggression,” the LeT Chief said.