Srinagar: Pakistan may have vehemently denied any support from its soil. But exchange of money to the militants lodged in Kashmir jail across the border is a regular phenomenon.
Here is a Zee News Exclusive telephonic conversation between Pakistan-based Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) chief Syed Salahuddin and a militant lodged in Srinagar jail.
In the conversation, Salahuddin promised to send money for the release of militants lodged in Jammu & Kashmir.
Here are some intercepts:
Manzoor Ahmed Wani: Are you all alright?
The person who picked phone: You should speak to a senior here.
Syed Salahuddin: As-salamu alaykum, are all of you fine there?
Manzoor Ahmed Wani: With your blessings, we all are well here?
Syed Salahuddin: May Allah bless you all, keep you safe and bring you out of the jail soon.
Manzoor Ahmed Wani: Sir, do you know 'Asif saheb' , whom you meet recently?
Syed Salahuddin: Yes...Yes...
Manzoor Ahmed Wani: We are at least 8-9 people here facing at least 20 cases. We don't have a Lawyer who can fight our case and to arrange one, we need at least Rs 3-4 lakh.
Syed Salahuddin: Ok. You don't worry about anything, we have information about all those cases. I Have spoken to a responsible person who will take care of it. All payments will be made on time as it is our responsibility, had made all arrangements as I was aware about these cases five days in prior. Even we have received confirmation from the concerned person that our work will be done.
Manzoor Ahmed Wani: Thank you...remember us in your prayers.