A Lashkar e Taiba (LeT) terrorist from Pakistan, was arrested by the Indian Army. He has thanked the Indian Army for saving his life. He has also urged the fellow terrorists to go back home by quitting militancy.
A Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist who was arrested by security personnel in Baramulla on Wednesday has said that the Army could have killed him but instead saved his life.https://t.co/uZzMVPvIus
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According to India TV report, LeT terrorist Ajaz Gujri has made a confession in a video has said that the Indian Army could have killed him but saved his life instead. He said he was hiding in the bushes when the army arrested him instead of killing him. He also said that it was them who fired the bullets first, but Army soldiers did not fire back at them.
He has also exposed Pakistan’s role in spreading terror across Kashmir. Gujri said, the Indian Army could have killed him but saved his life instead.
He made an earnest appeal to the Kashmiri youth to give up arms to return to peaceful means. “I appeal to them that they should come back home to their parents”, he said.
Gujri was one among the four terrorists who were arrested by the security personnel in raids in the Baramulla district on Wednesday. Apart from the four militants, seven overground workers were also arrested. Pakistan tries continually to create instability in India. In a recent report, India today had revealed that Pakistan’s Inter-Service Intelligence(ISI) with Lashkar e Taiba had planned to free the terrorists lodged in jails and train them to wage jihad in a move to terrorize Jammu and Kashmir.
The operation to nab the terrorists and their over-ground supporters were launched by the Baramulla police in coordination with the Indian Army and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) following the murder of three civilians on April 30. The Indian Army has proved its respect for Human Rights yet again and it is a scathing indictment of intellectuals who question its seriousness in adoring Human Rights.