The Kashmir Center

LeT condemns Army Chief’s statement

Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) on Thursday condemned the Army Chief, Bipin Rawat’s statement of sabotaging the ‘indigenous freedom struggle of Kashmir’, saying that for 70 years, ‘Indian vicious plots are biting the dust’.
In an e-mailed statement issued to KNS, LeT Spokesman, Dr. Abdullah Ghazanwi quoted the outfit chief, Mahmood Shah said, “India is involved in gross terror activities since 70 years so as to sabotage the freedom struggle but has always failed in its vicious plots.”
“Bipin Rawat is of the opinion that the struggles of Kashmiris will never bear fruit. He must check with the facts before issuing such a baseless conjecture. The Kashmiris have bred hatred against India since 70 years,” he said.
“Although India has sought every possible way to sabotage the indegenous freedom struggle and if Bipin Rawat thinks that the Freedom Fighters will not retaliate, this is a mere assumption. We will never seize the freedom struggle until the last of Indian forces have quit Kashmir,” he said.
“The indigenous freedom struggle of Kashmir is in its final stages and the public is in solidarity with their freedom fighter brethren. India, in its misery, has lost its ground therefore looking towards United States and Israel. This is the sign of their capitulation. If India ever succeeded in Kashmir, it would never have sought help from Israel,” LeT chief said.
“This will not be the first time when Israeli troops will bite the dust against us. The Israel-India nexus in the supervision of United States is not new. Kashmir is ours and we shall have it at all costs, by Allah SWT. The vision of Akhand India will vanish in dust,” Shah added.


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