Srinagar: Hizbul Mujhadeens teenaged commander Burhan Wani in a fresh video release says that militants have no option but to attack local policemen supporting Indian occupation here.
The 6:17 minute video has gone viral on social networking sites including whatsapp and facebook. The video shows Wani in a white T-Shirt sitting on a chair with white back ground.
He starts his discourse with expressing his gratitude to the people of Kashmir especially youth for their support to Kashmir Freedom struggle. Wani says: In our last video we had warned police and asked them to stay away from anti freedom movement activities, but they didnt give any heed. Policemen are forcing us to attack them and now we will not warn them anymore. I ask them not to harass youth, not to create Nakas and stay inside in the camps, Burhan says.
He further says that Policemen are part of Kashmir nation but, they dont understand the policy of India that want seeks pleasure every time a militant or a local policeman gets killed here.
He further says that militants have no plan and will never attack pilgrims who arrive in Kashmir for Amarnath Yatra. They are pilgrims who come here to fulfil a religious obligation and weve nothing against them and they wont be attached, Burhan said in the video.
However, he said Sainik colonies will not be spared and will be attacked. If Sainik colony or separate colonies on Israel pattern for Hindus are created in Kashmir we will act against them. Pandits can come here and live in their respective places, Burhan says.
Confirming that one of his aides Tariq Pandit has been arrested by Army, Burhan says that Tariq got some of the militant sympathizers arrested but according to him it wont affect the organization.
Lastly, Burhan while cautioning media says that militants are not terrorists. This land is ours. Kashmir is ours. We are not terrorists but it is the Army that are terrorists.
Burhan Wani, a student from South Kashmirs Tral is seen as the new face of militancy in Kashmir. He left home in 2010, days ahead of his Class 10 examination to join the Hizbul Mujahideen.
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