Will Kill Non-local Labourers if Anything Happens to Kashmiris Living Outside, Warns Hizbul
Hizbul Mujahideen’s operational commander Riyaz Naiko said that Pulwama like attacks happens due to 'the atrocities of forces in Kashmir'.
Charred parts of vehicles can be seen scattered at the spot of the explosion in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir.
New Delhi: Following the deadly February-14-attack on CRPF in Pulwama by Jaish Mohammad and subsequent protests in country and anger against Kashmiris, Hizbul Mujahideen’s (HM) operational commander has threatened killing of “non-local labourers” if any Kashmiri is harmed.
A number of Kashmiri people have been allegedly thrashed, students have been thrown out from their rented accommodations and hostels in different parts of the country. In Jammu, a number of vehicles were burned and vandalized.
“If something happens to any Kashmiri, remember, those people who come here to work as laborers won’t be let go alive,” Riyaz Naiko said in 17-minute-long purported audio, released on Tuesday.
Naiko, in the audio, said that Pulwama like attacks happens due to “the atrocities of forces in Kashmir”. The suicide bomber who carried this attack was a 21-year-old C-category militant, hailing from Pulwama district.
“Take your army back and that is the solution,” Naiko says in the audio, adding, and “Those people who are regretting the killing of soldiers and calling us terrorists should know that since 2018 alone India killed mercilessly more than 400 people.”
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