Sunday, November 7, 2010

Training for India jihad on in PoK

Hundreds of students, including foreigners are being trained in militant camps in PoK to wage 'jihad' against India, but Pakistan on Saturday denied the report by the BBC as "baseless". After a lull, several militant outfits have now again raised their heads and increased their activities in and around Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), to wage 'jihad' against India, BBC Urdu Service has reported. 

A 25-year-old engineering student from Lahore, fresh from a training stint in one of the camps told BBC from POK that "a large number of youths from Pakistani universities and abroad are undergoing training in PoK under supervision of a militant group to wage jihad against India." 

"Around 20% youths in the camps are from Kashmir," claimed the Kashmiri student