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August 23, 2000
Al-Badar vows to step up attacks in valley
A day after Hizbul Mujahideen leader Abdul Majid Dar spoke of resumption of talks with India, pro-Pakistani militant group Al-Badar Wednesday threatened it would step up attacks on Indian security forces in Jammu and Kashmir saying dialogue was no solution to the Kashmir issue.
Commanders of Al-Badar, which had claimed responsibility for the killing of two senior Indian army officers in Udhampur district on Monday, while addressing a news conference in Rawalpindi asked militant outfits in the valley to show unity at this juncture.
Al-Badar commanders Naseer-ur-Din, Jaseem Azhar, Umair Khan and Mushtaq Ahmad said Hizbul Mujahideen's unilateral cease-fire was a "serious setback" for the Kashmiri struggle.
However, the Hizb leadership took a "wise" decision to withdraw the truce, they added.
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