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August 28, 2000
Hizb threatens to extend stir beyond J&K: PTI
The Pakistan-based Hizbul Mujahideen militant outfit Monday threatened to extend its armed stir to other parts of India till New Delhi agreed to the resolution of the Kashmir dispute through tripartite talks involving Islamabad.
"Hizb will continue its armed struggle against India and extend it to other parts of the country" till it agreed to involve Pakistan in the talks to resolve the Kashmir issue, the outfit said in a statement after a meeting of its central command council in Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir with its supreme commander Syed Salahuddin in the chair.
The outfit also warned "those busy in sabotaging the freedom movement" against doing so.
It said the Hizb would fully encounter the Indian government "campaign to harm popularity and organisational unity of the organisation. Besides the military front, the Hizb would expedite its activities on the diplomatic and political fronts as well".
The meeting accused India of jeopardising the "conducive atmosphere" created after Hizb's unilateral cease-fire declaration "through its traditional stubbornness and unrealistic attitude".
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