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Pakistan Pays Rs 1 Crore Per Terrorist To Cross The LoC: PoK Based Leader

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Sardar Raees Inqlabi, a leader of PoK-based group Jammu and Kashmir Aman Forum in a shocking revelation said the neighbour country was paying Rs. 1 crore per terrorist to cross the LoC into India. He claimed Islamabad was hiring banned terrorist groups to continue the terrorism.

Inqlabi said, “You (Pakistan) are hiring killers and murderers; you pay them one crore rupees and turn them into a bomb and make them cross LoC, which is the main reason of tension. We condemn this terrorism. If you are so fond of firing, you must fight army to army.”

When Pakistan keeps saying that it is not guilty of any terrorist action against India, the leader has denied Pakistan’s claim and said Pakistan should immediately impose a ‘blanket ban’ on the militant groups in accordance with its National Action Plan.

Many terrorist training camps are still active in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) which constantly trying to infiltrate the LoC to create trouble.

The Pakistan Army is helping the terrorists to infiltrate into Indian Territory by crossing the LoC by providing cover fire or shelter.

According to an official report, more than 100 militants of Lashkar-e-Taiba, Hizb-ul-Mujahideen and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi have been staying in the PoK at the terror training camps and waiting for an opportunity to enter into Indian Territory.

Inqlabi further said, “If someone dies in a bomb blast in Pakistan, his family is compensated with Rs. 50 lakh, but what we get in PoK is just Rs. 1-2 lakh.”

In the meantime, on 10th December to mark the International Human Rights Day, Baloch political activists across the world, including the UK, Australia, Germany, Canada, South Korea and many other countries held protests against the violence by Pakistan.

Baloch Kurd Liberation activist and World Baloch Women’s Forum president Naela Quadri Baloch told ANI, “The International Day of Human Rights was announced by the U.N., but, it is silent despite the atrocities at the level of genocide going on in Balochistan by the Pakistan Army and the Pakistani establishment. It’s a kind of situation where the Baloch people have no rights that even your animals have.”

Abdul Bugti of the Baloch Republican Party stated that the intention of the protest was to highlight the massive human right abuses going on in Balochistan by Pakistan’s army and its intelligence agencies.

He added, “They are engaged in killing and enforced disappearances of Baloch civilians on a daily basis. We have been highlighting these issues and we want the international community to stop this Baloch genocide.”

Suchismita Biswas
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