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Quake: Militants suspend violence

October 10, 2005 14:47 IST

In the wake of the killer quake, the Jehad Council, an amalgam of 14 militant outfits based in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, has announced temporary suspension of its operations in the ravaged areas of Jammu and Kashmir.

The decision to suspend temporarily the operations in the state was taken at a meeting convened by the chairman of Council and supreme commander of Hizbul Mujahideen Syed Salahuddin at Muzaffarabad, a local news agency quoting a fax from the organisation said on Monday.

Salahuddin asked all the constituents of the council to direct the militant cadres across the state to halt their operations in the affected areas and extend possible relief to the victims.



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What a big joke and Musharraf keeps on saying that there is no militant activity across the border. I don't know who is fooling whom, ...


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I did not know that terrorists suspend violence


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Its mere waste of time to listen what they say, just ignore them and their useless ceasefires on the JIHAD.


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When killer tsunami came the entire militants of Aceh province, militancy stopped as the militants were wiped out from the face of this earth. That ...


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