Srinagar: Hours after facing a befitting response from the Indian Army in twin encounters at Bijbehara and Batagund, terror outfit Hizbul Mujahedeen released an audio message threatening locals by branding them as “informers”.

In a six-minute-long audio message, the Hizbul terrorists’ threats to “informers” show the divide within the terror outfits. Terrorists of Hizbul are on crossroads over the selective killings of civilians and a section of the outfit is acting as “Informers” leading to successful “surgical” operations in Valley. In the audio message, Hizbul has threatened “informers” within the outfits and in the areas where terrorists hide to face the wrath of them.

It is pertinent to mention that the Indian Army has accepted the “Selfie Challenge” of terror outfits gunning down top terror commander Abu Hanzalla, whose picture at Lal Chowk was released by Hizbul, provoking the Indian security forces. Justifying the move of uploading photos as reason terrorists are being continuously neutralised, Hizb termed those raising questions as informers of agencies. 

After being left alone by local Kashmiris, the Hizbul terrorist could be heard pleading for support. He said, “Locals don’t support band calls given by Hurriyat, they open their shops and do their day to day work. It’s better not to call band when someone from the outfit gets killed”.
“Locals voted in huge numbers in urban and panchayat elections which is a shame for us”, he added. Hizb also threatens to headshot Kashmir women who upload their photos on social media.

Provoking local Kashmiris to wage war against the Indian Army, Hizab in its audio message said, “We want Pakistan to throw an atom bomb so that 7 lakh Indian Army could die along with us. Let us all carry out fidayeen attacks, 1 crore Kashmir can kill 3 crore Army.”

The audio message released by Hizbul clearly show the evil intention of Pakistan. Terming those who question Pakistan as traitors, Hizbul said, “We are with Pakistan and it is the only country which cares for us. Those who don’t like our ideology can choose not to follow us.”

This audio message released by terror outfits clearly shows their frustration after 12 terrorists were gunned down within 48 hours in south Kashmir’s Shopian district.