Saturday, November 21, 2020

Pak untrustworthy, sentences Saeed but also sends terrorists to Kashmir: Pok activist

Amjad Ayub Mirza, an activist from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir

Glasgow [Scotland], November 21 (ANI): Asserting that Pakistan Army can't be trusted, a dissident from Pakistan-involved Kashmir (PoK), Amjad Ayub Mirza, on Friday said that Islamabad sent psychological militants into Jammu and Kashmir to upset the forthcoming surveys around the same time it told the world that they are condemning assigned fear mongers, including Hafiz Saeed to 10 years' detainment.

On his YouTube channel "Pakistan Exposed", Mirza, who is from Mirpur in PoK and living in a state of banishment in the UK, blamed the public authority for oppressing the individuals of the PoK to denials of basic liberties, calling for pre-emptive fear strikes in the district to kill psychological oppressors.

"Pakistan Army can't be trusted... Around the same time, they are telling the world that we are condemning assigned psychological oppressors to 10 years' detainment. Around the same time, they sent fear based oppressors in Jammu and Kashmir to harm and disturb the political decision," Mirza said.

"There ought to be pre-emptive strikes in PoK. I Come from Pakistan-involved Jammu and Kashmir. On October 22, 1947, Pakistan involved the area and since the time we have been exposed to the most exceedingly awful sort of basic liberties and social equality mishandles. Furthermore, there are psychological militant camps in each and every town," he added.

A Lahore hostile to psychological warfare court on Thursday condemned Saeed to a sum of 10 years' detainment in two dread financing cases, however as per sources, the Counter-illegal intimidation Department authorities are regarding him as a VIP.

Pakistan's Counter-illegal intimidation Department has enrolled 41 arguments against the Jamaat-ud-Dawa pioneers. The US has additionally positioned a USD10 million abundance on Saeed, an UN-assigned fear based oppressor.

Jamaat-ud-Dawa boss Saeed, the supposed brains of the 2008 Mumbai dread assaults, was captured on July 17, 2019, at Kamoke cost court, around 50 km north of Lahore.

Then, on the day he was condemned, four psychological oppressors of Pakistan-based dread gathering Jaish-e-Mohammed, who had penetrated in Jammu and Kashmir with a goal of a fear assault, were killed in an activity led by the Indian security powers.

A huge amount of Pakistan-made medications was recuperated from the ownership of the fear mongers, sources said. Upwards of 11 AK-47 rifles, three guns, 29 projectiles, and different gadgets were likewise recuperated from them. (ANI)

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