Srinagar, September 10: Lashkar-e-Toiba chief Hafiz Saeed and Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin are collecting donations across Pakistan with the purpose to strengthen their campaign in Kashmir that has led to massive unrest in the valley. The two most wanted terrorists have involved their NGOs in this task.
The Ministry of Home Affairs received reports from Intelligence agencies on Thursday with details of the anti-India activities across the border.
Hafiz Saeed is seeking donations from Pakistani people through his outfits Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Tehrik-e-Azadi-e-Kashmir.
The volunteers of the two outfits have been reportedly spotted in Vijaywali village in Pakistan’s Punjab province seeking donations. Also, the village’s mosque is being used to make announcements seeking money from the people of the area ‘for Kashmiri people’.
According to a report in India today, the annoucements by the Jamaat Volunteers have been like this
“Kashmiri brothers don’t have money to make their both ends meet. Please help Kashmiri people by giving donations.”
The terror outfits have announced that from the donation that would be collected, every Kashmiri civilian would be paid Rs 10,000 while Rs 30,000 would be spent for the treatment of those injured in the clashes with security forces in the Valley.
Militant Commander Burhan Wani’s posters were being put up in Pakistan by the terror outfits to secure donations from the locals says the report.
The intelligence agencies have also reported that the terror organizations operating out of Pakistan’s soil are planning fresh attacks on military installations in Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Delhi and Rajasthan.
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