LeT Calls ‘Command Council’ Meeting


Srinagar: Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba Friday said that in the wake of changing Indian policies vis-à-vis Kashmir, the organisation has called a Command Council meeting to devise a new policy. The group said that new district commanders will also be appointed in the meeting.

LeT is going to conduct, a 2 day, annual meet-up of its command council. Very important decisions are expected in the meeting. Mujahideen will be given special targets which will be in accordance with the new policies of the Indian government. Forces will be defeated completely, and in all the dimensions. New district commanders will be appointed. This meeting will be very important for the year 2017-2018, in which Tehreek-e-Azadi Kashmir will achieve its goals,” LeT Chief Mehmood Shah in a statement to news agency CNS said.

He added that India has left no stone unturned to sabotage the freedom movement.  

“Our children are facing bullets, tear gas shells and pellets. We are steadfast. India won’t be able to stay for a longer time. Unity is the need of the hour. May Allah help us achieving our goals,” he said. (CNS)

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