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Police claims about Shujaaat’s murder was no less than Bollywood thriller: LeT

Lashkar-e-Taiba on Saturday said that police claims regarding the assassination of veteran journalist, Shujaat Bukhari was no less than a Bollywood thriller released by the police.

LeT spokesman Dr. Abdullah Ghazanwi quoted outfit chief, Mahmood Shah as saying that “in the past few days, two stories were released. The first was a comic story released by Indian Army regarding its fantasy called “Sir g Kal 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 dim wit tales, however to Gen.

Bipin Rawat and IGP Pani we say, now that BJP has turned you both into stand up comedians and with the fertile imagination that you both have, you should seek a career in Bollywood where your potential can be utilised to its full because you have turned you selves into laughing stock and thus have lost all capacity to lead military institutions,” Shah said.

 

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