Srinagar: Hailing the resolve and steadfastness of “youth, mothers and daughters in defeating all attempts by India against freedom struggle,” militant organization Lashker-e-Toiba on Wednesday asked policemen to treat pro-freedom people and their families as they would like themselves and their families to be treated by it.
“Police should refrain from harassing pro-freedom people and their families. The treatment they will give to them, we will respond with same treatment to policemen and their families,” LeT chief Mehmood Shah was quoted as saying in a statement by the outfit’s spokesman Dr Abdullah Gaznavi to Global News Service GNS).
“There is no example of stone verses bullet across the world except Kashmir. Now police is misbehaving with families of youths who are pelting stones. As you sow, so shall you reap,” Shah said.
He said there is no dearth of money with Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and “now India has also promised her that if she consolidates the Indian illegal position, she will be given as much as money that she can nurturer seven of her future generations.”
He said that a meeting of auto and sumo vehicle drivers was called two days back and they each individual is paid Rs 1500 to 2000 every day to weaken the strikes called by the joint resistance group.
“This is done to given impression to the world that everything is good in Valley but in real sense real face has been exposed by curfews and killings in the Valley,” he added. (GNS)