Headly's Confessions Reveal Pak Design: Panun Kashmir

Jammu, May 31 (PTI) Panun Kashmir, an organisation for displaced Kashmiri Pandits, today criticised Union Minister Farooq Abdullah for his statement asking India to help Pakistan in fighting terror, and said that recent confessions by David Headly have revealed Pakistan's motives.

"David Headly's hair raising confessions in Chicago Court about ISI and other agencies in Pakistan in respect of their plans and conspiracies about 26/11 Mumbai attacks, have unveiled preposterous designs of Pakistan against India," Panun Kashmir Convenor Agnishakher said here.

He said, "Kashmiri Pandits were hounded out of the Valley due to Pakistan sponsored terrorism. Not only this, the infiltration of terrorists from across the border continues even now as admitted by the Chief Minister Omar Abdulah recently."

He also opposed moves to rename centuries old ancient places like Anantnag Airport, Shankeracharya hillock, Hari Parbhat hills and Srinagar in Kashmir valley.


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  • Ganesh, Mangaladevi, Mangalore

    Tue, May 31 2011

    nothing wrong in Abdullahs statement. because it's very difficult pakistan to handle terrorists.
    India have very good experience and good technics.

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