ATTACK ON SHABIR SHAH, NAYEEM KHAN
‘Shah Icon Of Resistance’
Srinagar, June 27: Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) has condemned the assault on senior separatist leaders Shabir Ahmed Shah, Nayeem Ahmed Khan, and others near Dastgeer Sahib (RA) shrine at Khanyar in old city on Monday.
In a telephonic statement to Greater Kashmir the LeT spokesman, Dr Abdullah Gaznavi, said, “The attack on Shah Sahib and others is a deplorable act. Shabir Shah is an icon of resistance and attack on him is intolerable. It seems to be the handiwork of agencies who want to create a wedge between the people and the pro-freedom leaders. Shah has always made relentless efforts to unite the Hurriyat leadership.”
“Putting Hurriyat leaders under house arrest and trying to harm them is a part of a preplanned conspiracy aimed at dividing people. We appeal people to foil the nefarious designs of enemy and come forward to protect their leadership,” Dr Gaznavi said.
The LeT spokesman while referring to the arrest of Zabiullah Ansari at New Delhi Airport, said, “He is not affiliated with the outfit nor the LeT has got anything to do with him.”
The chairman of Jammu Kashmir Peoples Freedom League Muhammad Farooq Rehmani has strongly condemned the murderous assault on Hurriyat Conference (M) senior leaders, Shabir Ahmad Shah and Nayeem Ahmad Khan.
“Such undesirable acts are tantamount to assault on the ongoing movement. For, these leaders have dedicated their whole life to the cause. These vile tactics can neither demoralize the people nor can these stop the caravan of ongoing movement,” a spokesman of the League quoted Rehmani as having said.
Lastupdate on : Wed, 27 Jun 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 27 Jun 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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