Exclusive: Conversation intercepted between Hizbul Mujahideen chief, terrorist lodged in Srinagar jail
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.
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.