‘Burhan Wani’ is more than a name, it’s a religion: Hizbul Chief Salahuddin
Having a corrupt mindset of destroying the mankind, the chief of the terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen, Syed Salahuddin, said that Burhan Wani isn’t just a name of his dead commander but much more than that.
In an interview with a Pakistani channel, Salahuddin said, “Burhan Wani represents the mindset of the current generation. Its much more than a name; it’s a mindset, a commitment.”
Terming Wani as his best commander, he said, ““He came to us in 2010 and was martyred in 2016.”
“Before his death, Wani had asked us for more weapons which we supplied to him,” revealed Sallaluddin.
Hurt by the killing of his most able commander, he said one Burhan Wani is there in every corner of Kashmir. “Our aim is to spread indefinite terror in Kashmir for which we sent 1000 commanders. Another 1000 are ready to go,” he said.
Few days back, the Hizbul Chief warned Pakistan government against welcoming Home Minister Rajnath Singh ahead of his visit to Islamabad.
Also, he asked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to immediately recall its ambassador from New Delhi and "suspend trade and diplomatic ties" with India in the wake of ongoing unrest in the Valley that have left 49 people dead following Wani's killing.
The Pakistani government should not have invited Singh to the SAARC conference, he said.