Pakistani terrorists seek revenge on Indian soldiers

Pakistani terrorists seek revenge on Indian soldiers

By ABHINANDAN MISHRA | New Delhi | 16 September, 2017
Pakistani terrorists, Indian soldiers, Kashmir, Abu Ismail, Abu Qasim, Amarnath Yatra
They have launched a hunt to identify the soldiers who ‘showed disrespect’ to the dead bodies of Ismail and Qasim.

Pakistan-based terror groups operating in Kashmir have launched a hunt to identify the Indian soldiers who were involved in the encounter of the two Pakistani terrorists, Abu Ismail and Abu Qasim, and were later seen in a video clip “disrespecting” the dead bodies of the two terrorists by stamping their feet on them and later pulling the two bodies by tying ropes around their legs. The incident came to light after a video of the incident went viral on social media.Indian Army has already announced that it is going to take “suitable action” against the soldiers who “disrespected” the two dead terrorists on Thursday. Ismail was the mastermind behind the attack on the Amarnath Yatra in July, in which eight pilgrims were killed.Social media platforms operated by terrorists belonging to the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba have announced the hunt for the concerned soldiers. These platforms have both users with Pakistani and Indian mobile numbers. The users of these numbers are seeking revenge on the soldiers for “disrespecting” their “brothers”. Most of these messages written in Urdu were sent from Pakistani numbers that are also the administrators of these groups. It is for the first time that a situation has arisen where the terror groups are openly hunting for Indian soldiers. Soon after the video went viral, the LeT issued a statement stating that it was going to take revenge on behalf of its “martyrs”.Sources within the security establishment said that they were not ignoring the threat and had alerted the defence establishment about the need to increase the security around military installations in the valley and in other states. “The terrorists are on the back-foot as they are being eliminated more rapidly than they are being able to recruit, and hence they are desperate to carry out a strike. But we will continue to target them the way we have been targeting them in the last couple of years,” an intelligence source said.

 

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