The video has now been made viral by the terror outfit with an aim to show how these terrorists went close to the troops and opened fire at the CRPF men
(PFF) has released a video of an attack on the security forces in Lawaypora,
Srinagar on March 25. Three soldiers including a sub-inspector of the CRPF
were killed in the attack on March 25.
The video has now been made viral by the terror outfit with an aim to show how
these terrorists went close to the troops and opened fire at the CRPF men. The
intention of these videos released by the PFF, a Lashkar-e-Taiba offshoot to
make the situation volatile in the Union Territory, reports Times Now’s Ieshan
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The terrorists attacked the rapid action team of CRPF, which was deployed to
counter such attacks in the area. Several arrests have been made in connection
with the attack. These groups were formed after the abrogation of Article 370
from Jammu and Kashmir and have been operating on social media, while it’s the
LeT terrorists who are carrying out attacks on the ground, he added.
Gupkar Brigade Silent On Attacks
There has been no condemnation of such groups from the Gupkar Alliance. Time
and again questions have been raised against these politicians who have failed
to condemn such attacks on the security forces. These terror groups have been
targeting the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the Valley.
Last year in July, the PFF had released a similar video to spread hatred and
disturb peace in the Kashmir Valley. It had released a sophisticated video
showing a graphic logo and military fatigue-wearing terrorists claiming to
have killed police personnel in the state. The group had claimed that terror
attacks will continue in Jammu and Kashmir.
These Pakistan-backed outfits were floated outfits with non-Islamic names such
as The Resistance Front, Jammu Kashmir Front, which are offshoots of existing
terror outfits, the leadership of which has been neutralised by the Indian
security forces over the recent past.