January 2003 News

Ban on Jihadis harming Kashmir cause: Bakht Zamin

29 January 2003
News Network International

SARGODHA: Commander Bakht Zamin Khan, the chief of Al-Badr Mujahideen, has said jihad is the only way towards solution of all problems and his men would never withdraw from the frontlines. Addressing a gathering at the funeral of Zamir Khan Shaheed, who has been martyred in Indian Held Kashmir, recently, he warned that if Kashmir is not liberated, the war clouds would continue to hover over Pakistan and peace would remain a far cry. Commander Bakht Zamin urged the rulers not to bow before pressure on Kashmir solution other than under the UN resolutions. The funeral in absence was attended by a number of people from all walks of life. He called upon the people to forge unity against infidel forces and pressure government not to follow pro-America policy on Kashmir, Palestine and other issues. He said that the ban on religious and jihad organizations by the government has posed a great threat to Kashmir cause. He asked to Arab world to stop oil supply from the reservoirs to put pressure on India and Israel for Kashmir and Palestine. Bakht Zamin said his mujahideen would spare every effort for the liberation of Kashmir.

 

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