LeT didn’t threaten scribes: Dr Ghaznavi
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Mar 31: Spokesman of Lashkar-e-Toiba Dr Abdullah Ghaznavi on Saturday said that neither LeT nor any other militant outfit had issued any threat to the Valley based journalists.
“No meeting was chaired by me nor was any threat issued. We respect journalists and appreciate the role they have played during the past 20 years. Threat seems to be the handiwork of such people who want to create a misunderstanding. We won’t allow them to succeed in their nefarious designs,” Dr Ghaznavi told Greater Kashmir over phone.
“Lashakar-e-Toiba wants to make it clear that media organizations should not carry any news item on the name of LeT till I (Dr Ghaznavi) call them up and ask them to do so,” he added.
The LeT spokesman while referring to the United States Court awarding 2-year imprisonment to Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai said, “It has proved that US is not a friend of Kashmiris.”
“We condemn the punishment awarded to Dr Fai,” he added.
Dr Fai was sentenced by a Virginia district court for two years imprisonment for his alleged links with Pakistan government, an allegation which Dr Fai has repeatedly rejected saying that he was working for the independence of Kashmir.
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