LeT accuses India of ‘war crimes’ in Kashmir
Says bodies were mutilated in Bandipora
Srinagar, Sep 23: Accusing India of indulging in “war crimes” in Kashmir, Lashkar-e-Toiba Sunday alleged that “two young men who were assassinated in Bandipora yesterday and their bodies mutilated” by the Indian troops.
In an emailed statement to various media houses here, LeT spokesman Dr Abdullah Ghaznavi quoted outfit’s chief Mehmood Shah as saying that “the Indian army has crossed all the limits. The use of chemical weapons and destroying the houses is strongly condemnable. It is the worst kind of human rights violation. It was due to the chemical weapons that the bodies of both the martyrs were completely destroyed. Not only this, but the army further damaged the bodies apart with weapons, which is unquestionably the worst example of war criminality.”
Mehmood Shah demanded that the international organisations declare India, a “terrorist state” on such clear human rights exploitations. He also demanded sanctions on the country.
The statement further quoted Shah as saying that the “people who are resigning from police are welcome. They must keep their resignation letters with them as proof.”