Lashkar Trashes Police Version Of Bukhari Murder As 'Bollywood Thriller'

SRINAGAR — Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Mehmood Shah on Saturday said the reports about “surgical strikes” by Indian army are “no less than a drama story” while as the claims made by J&K Police regarding the “martyrdom” of Shujaat Bukhari resemble “some Bollywood thriller”.

In a statement issued to local news agency GNS, LeT spokesperson quoted Mehmood Shah as saying, “For the past few days, two stories were released. The first was a drama story released by Indian Army regarding the ‘surgical strikes’; the second one was no less than a Bollywood thriller and was released by J&K Police regarding the assassination of esteemed journalist Shujaat Bukhari.”

 “We consider it below our dignity to even answer these, however we want to tell (Indian Army chief) General Bipin Rawat and IGP (Kashmir) S P Pani that now as the BJP has made both of you the stand-up comedians, you should seek a career in Bollywood where your potential can be utilized to its fullest because you have turned yourselves into a laughing stock and have lost potential to lead the military institutions,” LeT chief said.

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