Hurriyat (G) Likens Lashkar-e-Islam to Al-Faran
SRINAGAR: Expressing its satisfaction over the clarification given by the United Jihad Council (UJC) about the Lashkar-i-Islam, Hurriyat Conference (G) claimed that it has been proven that the said terror group is the brain child of the Indian secret agencies on the pattern of Al-Faran.
In a statement, Hurriyat (G) claimed that it has got important evidence in this regard which authenticates the claims of the Jihad Council and it proves that the Lashkar-i-Islam is the creation of the secret agencies.
On 31 May Sunday, Hurriyat Chairman Syed Ali Geelani had appealed the UJC to find out the truth behind Lashkar-i-Islam who are killing and threatening the people related to the telecommunication business in the Valley. Jihad Council gave detailed explanation in this regard and during this period Hurriyat Conference also got evidence of this process that the it was actually the handiwork of the Indian secret agencies and a plot in this regard was formulated some months back according to which an operation will be held in the guise of Mujahideen and this operation was also given a particular name, the amalgam said.
The statement further read: According to the available evidence state police has been deliberately kept away in this regard like in the case of Al-Faran group.
The Hurriyat said: Todays operation is meant to damage the economical and social setup of the Kashmir. It also claimed, citing the so called evidence, that the pro-freedom leaders can be the target of this operation.
The person who is said to be the architect of the Ikhwanies (renegades) in 90s and have earned his name in formulation conspiracies, is today at the highest position in the policy makers in New Delhi and is second authority after the Narender Modi in India, so this notion cant be out rightly rejected that the Lashkar-i-Islam is the creation of the same brain and once again he wants to play a bloody game in this troubled state and create an atmosphere of terror and horror, the amalgam without naming the person claimed. (GNS)
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