Will Make Evidence Public If Need Arises: Hurriyat (G)

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SRINAGAR: A day after claiming that it has got ‘important evidence’ vis-à-vis Lashkar-e-Islam’s alleged connection with Indian security agencies, the Hurriyat Conference headed by Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Wednesday said the amalgam would make the evidence public if need arises.

Hurriyat (G) spokesman Ayaz Akbar said there is no need to make it public. Asked why, he said: “Right now the issue has been cleared — both here as well as across the Line of Control. So, we understand that they (Lashkar-e-Islam) have been exposed and their ploy has failed. And, God willing, they won’t be able what they wanted to do under the banner of Lashkar-e-Islam. So, right now, we don’t feel the need of making the evidence public.”

He, however, said: “If in future need arises, we will make it public. Although we hope there would be no such situation, but of course we will public it that time,” adding: “but we won’t disclose where from we got it (evidence).”

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