Hizb rejects DIG’s claim as false
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Srinagar, Mar 21: Hizb-ul-Mujahideen on Monday strongly rejected as false the DIG Police, North Kashmir, Muneer Ahmad Khan’s claim that two former commanders of the outfit, Muhammad Ahsan Dar and Muzaffar Ahmad Dar, had planned to kill 16 civilians in Kreeri and Palhalan areas.
In a statement faxed from Pakistan Administered Kashmir, the outfit chief spokesman, Ahsan Illahi also rejected the police claim that murder of Nazir Ahmad Lone of Thandem Kreeri was the part of outfit militants’ plan.
He alleged that DIG North Kashmir’s statement was based on a fabricated tale woven by some elements, who had direct access to the corridors of power, to mislead people. “These elements are vainly trying to shift blame on others to cover their crimes,” he said, adding Nazir Ahmad Lone of Thandem, Kreeri, was allegedly killed by anti-movement elements with the help of armed forces and other agencies. “The anti-movement elements have in fact planned to kill other respectable civilians,” he alleged.
The spokesman cautioned people against conspiracies and machinations of anti-movement forces. He said the militants could never be involved in the heinous crime of killing of common people. He said Muneer Khan’s claims were completely false and baseless.
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Lastupdate on : Mon, 21 Mar 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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