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LeT ticks off Hurriyat for talking to Centre

January 27, 2004 16:26 IST

Criticising Hurriyat Conference chairman Moulana Mohammad Abbas Ansari for entering into a dialogue with the Centre, Pakistan-based militant outfit Lashkar-e-Tayiba on Tuesday questioned the representative character of the amalgam and said the time is not yet ripe for negotiations.

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"Mujahideen have no dearth of people who can talk on their behalf in any fora when the time comes. So people  (Hurriyat leaders) should desist from representing us and fooling the international community or whomsoever," LeT spokesman Abu Huzaifa said in a statement to an English daily in Srinagar.

Flaying Hurriyat leaders for agreeing to work for ending all forms of violence, he said, "People who talk of stopping violence should be well aware that this is the war of independence being fought by the mujahideen."


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