Statement further reads youth of Kashmir bear passion to join Lashkar
The militant outfit Lashkar-e-taiba on Tuesday said, Mahmood Shah is the chief of the dreaded militant group in Jammu and Kashmir, whereas Abu Ismael, who was recently killed, held the position of commander.
In an e-mailed statement to India Today, LeT Spokesman Dr Abdullah Ghazanwi said for India to get their hands on LeT chief, they must sacrifice a lot.
"We would like to inform DGP SP Vaid that our commanding hierarchy won't make sense to Indian forces. We don't thrive upon status but performance. Our commanders claim their "bravery and trophies by attacking the Indian armed forces", despite being low in resources, which is enough to tell who the commanding leader is. You'll soon witness the wrath of substitute commander of Shaheed Abu Ismael," said LeT in a statement.
The statement further reads that the youth of Kashmir bear passion and goodwill to join the ranks of Lashkar-e-taiba.
"India itself is evident to the love, harmony and mutual understanding between local population and Mujahideen. They have opted for the guns as their last resort in winning their freedom. They shall have their freedom at all costs," Ghaznavi added.DGP J&K police S P Vaid on Monday said there is no one ready in Lashker to take command in Kashmir.
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