News ‘Indian Army saved my life,’ LeT terrorist urges fellow militants on ‘wrong road’ to return home

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SOURCE : DNA INDIA

A Lashkar-e-taiba (LeT) militant, who was arrested after three civilians were killed on April 30 in Baramulla, praised the Indian Army and urged terrorists who are on a ‘wrong road’ to ‘return home’.

According to a Zee News report, LeT terrorist Aijaz Gujri’s in a video said that the Indian Army could have killed him but saved his life instead. “I hid myself in bushes where I was arrested, where Army could have killed me but they saved my life,” gujri said.

He appealed to the other terrorists, who are on the ‘wrong road’ and have been ‘living in the jungle’, to give up the arms life and return to their homes to family.

Gujri named one of the terrorist ‘Nasir Amin’ to leave his arms life and return back to his ailing mother.

Gujri also revealed details about how Pakistan orchestrated violence in Kashmir. “The day I was arrested, we were told by Pakistan to create violence in the valley. We were told that Army is doing brutalities while it’s not true. It’s a conspiracy which was hatched in Pakistan.”

On April 30, three civilians were killed by terrorists in the North Kashmir town of Baramulla.

According to the police, the terrorists surfaced near Khanpora market in the town and started firing indiscriminately killing three civilians on the spot

The three victims were identified as Asif Ahmad Sheikh, Haseeb Ahmad Khan and Mohammad Asgar of Kakar Hamam in Baramulla district.
 
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