Slogans of ‘Hindustan Zindabad’ started appearing against death fear

Sensational details have emerged after three youths caught up with Pakistan’s fanatical propaganda surrendered. The interrogation of the militants captured from the Kupwara district of north Kashmir has revealed many details. In 3 years, 200 militants have been trained in the Kashmir Valley.

When the encounter took place on Thursday morning, the militants, surrounded by security forces, suddenly started chanting slogans of ‘Hindustan Zindabad and Pakistan Murdabad’.

The three youths say that the underground workers (OGW) of the terrorist organizations in the valley are conspiring to lure the youths and push them on the path of terrorism. In these three years, 200 youths from south Kashmir have become terrorists trapped in the propaganda of jihadi elements under the influence of OGW.

The security forces have launched a campaign to bring such youths back into the mainstream. That’s when the picture started to change. The youth claimed that now Pakistani elements have shifted from South Kashmir to North Kashmir.

The three accused said that they too had come to North Kashmir under the pretext of OGW. The three militants had fled the house a few days ago. The family members informed the police and the nearby army camp for his safe return.

Some pictures of the youths went viral on social media on Wednesday, after which the police and army launched a joint operation to nab them.

They also opened fire when the army laid siege. The front fired two to four rounds in response. Surrounded them. They realized that living is difficult. When death appeared in front of them, they started chanting the slogan of Hindustan Zindabad. Not only that, these terrorists also chanted slogans of Pakistan Murdabad.

The three youths have been identified as Abid Ahmed Wani, Zakir Ahmed Butt and Javed Ahmed Dar. Abid and Zakir are from Lalpora Shahgund in the same village. While Javed is from Thain Colors in Kupwada. The Gunbug Guzzappti area was besieged by their whereabouts. Three assault rifles, six magazines and other equipment were seized from the three youths.