21 Sep 17/Thursday

After a failed attempt to defame the Indian security forces after throwing the grenade a simultaneously launching a tweeter campaign. The militant outfit Hizb-ul-Mujahideen has condemned the
Tral grenade attack that left three civilians dead and over thirty injured.

“We condemn this dastardly attack on civilians. This attack is the brainchild of Indian agencies which want to defame the Kashmir Freedom Movement. The attack was aimed to create a wedge between militants and the local population,” stated Hizb Operational Spokesperson Burhan-u-Din.

He said that Operation Field Commander Muhammad Bin Qasim has expressed sympathies with the bereaved families. “Those involved in the attack will be exposed. We vehemently condemn this attack,” he said.

It has been appreciated by the security forces that the militant outfit never expected the casualties to be of such high number. They only expected to have injuries to some civilians. The result, as can be seen, was 25 Injured and 3 dead.

This incident has given more negative than positive opinion in the tweeterati community online. In a video the Militants planted a student blamed that security forces came in military vehicles bearing registration number starting from JK. However, it is only a blatant lie as Indian security establishment operates with special numbers which are not registration numbers but Broad Arrow numbers.

This condemnation from the militant group should not be taken at its face value but as a failure point of trying to use innocent Kashmiri people as cannon fodder for their terror agenda. Ultimately it is the Kashmiris who are loosing lives in the battle of wits between the Pakistani General Saabs and Indian Security forces.

Hizbul Mujahideen on Wednesday released a statement that Adil Ahmad of Jablipora was not associated with the militant organization. Hizb Operational spokesman Burhan-u-Din in a tele-statement said that Adil was not associated with Hizb.

Earlier J&K Police had reportedly apprehended one Adil Ahmad Bhat, son of Ghulam Qadir Bhat, a resident of Jablipora Bijbehara, at Wanpoh railway station. He was a C-category militant. The official list of injured does not give out any bullet injuries or death but only injuries due to pellets which come out of grenade blast.