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LeT orchestrating Kashmir unrest: NIA

By The Assam Tribune

NEW DELHI, Aug 10 - In a new twist to the turmoil in Kashmir, the NIA today claimed it was being orchestrated by Pakistan-based LeT and that it was gathering further evidence of the terror group�s role in fuelling the unrest, triggered by the encounter killing of a militant leader.

Armed with a confessional video of a captured LeT militant, Inspector General of NIA Sanjeev Singh told reporters that since the summer this year, the banned outfit, with the �help of Pakistani forces deployed on the border�, pushed heavily armed terrorists into India with the direction to mix with the local people, create disturbance, and attack police and security forces.

The video shows 21-year-old Bahadur Ali, a resident of Raiwind in Lahore, spilling beans about LeT�s role in the disturbances. He is also shown speaking about the LeT�s sophisticated communication network and assistance rendered to it by the Pakistani army.

Ali, who was arrested on July 25 this year from Yahama village in Handwara in North Kashmir, was in one of the groups allegedly instructed to take advantage of the current situation and throw grenades at the security forces by mixing with the protesters. � PTI

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LeT orchestrating Kashmir unrest: NIA

NEW DELHI, Aug 10 - In a new twist to the turmoil in Kashmir, the NIA today claimed it was being orchestrated by Pakistan-based LeT and that it was gathering further evidence of the terror group�s role in fuelling the unrest, triggered by the encounter killing of a militant leader.

Armed with a confessional video of a captured LeT militant, Inspector General of NIA Sanjeev Singh told reporters that since the summer this year, the banned outfit, with the �help of Pakistani forces deployed on the border�, pushed heavily armed terrorists into India with the direction to mix with the local people, create disturbance, and attack police and security forces.

The video shows 21-year-old Bahadur Ali, a resident of Raiwind in Lahore, spilling beans about LeT�s role in the disturbances. He is also shown speaking about the LeT�s sophisticated communication network and assistance rendered to it by the Pakistani army.

Ali, who was arrested on July 25 this year from Yahama village in Handwara in North Kashmir, was in one of the groups allegedly instructed to take advantage of the current situation and throw grenades at the security forces by mixing with the protesters. � PTI

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