The latest Hizbul chief video contradicts Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s claim of an “imminent flag operation” that is about to take place by India | Instant News

May 09, 2020 19:24 IST

New Delhi [India]May 9 (ANI): In the latest video from Pakistan Occupying Kashmir, Hizbul Mujahideen head and Department of State of the United States designated ‘Global Terrorists’ Syed Salahuddin seen holding a condolence meeting for the Hizbul terrorist Riyaz Naikoo, who was killed by Indian security forces in Kashmir on May 5.
In the video, Syed Salahuddin can be seen lamenting the loss of their students Riyaz Naikoo who was appointed as commander of Hizbul in Kashmir. In a two minute video, Syed Salahuddin also claimed responsibility for the terror attack on Handwara which killed 5 Indian Army personnel and one person Jammu and Kashmir Police.
Syed SalahuddinRecognition of the camera is very important because it seems to have contradicted the urgent request made by PakistanPrime Minister Imran Khan from “false flag operations” by India. “False flag operations” as defined by military experts are usually military operations carried out as if they were carried out by another party.
“I have warned the world about India’s ongoing efforts to find a pretext for targeting false flag operations Pakistan. India’s latest baseless accusations about “infiltration” throughout the LoC are a continuation of this dangerous agenda, “tweeted Imran Khan, a few days after the Handwara terror attack.
However, Syed SalahuddinThe latest video recognizes that Riyaz Naikoo is the Commander of Hizbul and is responsible for the conflicting Handwara terror attacks Imran KhanClaims that India played a role in “false flag operations”.
In a rough video recording by one of the participants Riyaz Naikoo condolences to meet Geez, Syed Salahuddin seems to recognize that although Naikoo and his Hizbul colleagues have succeeded in inflicting damage on Indian troops, the benefits are still in India. “The reality is (India’s) enemy still has an advantage, this is due to our weak policy,” Salahuddin complained.
Five Indian army personnel and one J&K policeman were killed by terrorists on 3 May Jammu and KashmirHandwara On May 6, in an operation launched by Indian security forces in India Jammu and KashmirAwantipora, head of Hizbul operations in the valley Riyaz Naikoo shot dead. (ANI)


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