Watch | New Hizbul Mujahideen video dares India from stopping it to merge Kashmir with Pakistan

11 February 2018, 07:46 AM

Two days after Hizbul Mujahideen claimed responsibility for helping a Pakistani terrorist escape from Jammu and Kashmir Police custody, a propaganda video has been released by the militant group where it has vowed to merge Kashmir with Pakistan.

The recently released propaganda video is making rounds on social media in Kashmir with the motive to indoctrinate young Kashmiris to join various militant groups.

In the video, one can see South Kashmir commander Saddam Padder along with six others. They are brandishing their AK-47 rifles and other automatic weapons in the video.

In the video, a background song is being played. The seven militants can be seen repeating the song. They claim that they are militants of Hizbul Mujahideen. 

According to the militants they will merge Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan under the nose of Indian government and army.

The militants challenging the Indian government further sing that they do not fear the barbed wires along the international border and Line of Control.

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In the video one will see that the Hizbul Militants claim that every Kashmiri is fighting a war against the Indian government. “Some have picked up arms, swords and even daring Hind forces with tree twigs,” claims the video.

Jammu and Kashmir Police, India security forces and intelligence agencies are yet to say anything about the video.

First Published: Saturday, February 10, 2018 08:08 PM
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