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Kashmir / BurhanWani / Salahuddin

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Kashmir / BurhanWani / Salahuddin

Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, founded in 1989, is a Pro-Pakistan Kashmiri Separatist Group – designated a Terrorist Org. by India the EU & US

In 2002 Azad Kashmir based commander Sayed Salahuddin took command of the Hizb. Hizb is known to hold a force of 10,000 armed men

Burhan Wani became member of Hizbul Mujahideen in 2011; Burhan was made a commander due to his popularity on social media. With Burhan’s popularity the Indian authority feared mass recruits into the Hizb and renewal of waves of protests & attacks. They put a rupee One million bounty on finding him.
Burhan was killed in a planned operation on 8 July 2016

An estimated crowd of 200,000 people came to mourn Burhan at his funeral on 9 July, described as the largest ever gathering by reporters. Militants were also present at his funeral and offered him a 21-gun salute. His body wrapped in the flag of Pakistan was buried next to that of his brother Khalid in Tral

Curfew was imposed in all districts of Kashmir on 15 July and mobile phone networks were suspended. By 24 July, 47 people have died and over 5,500 people have been injured during the unrest. 94 youth has been blinded by pallet-shootings by the India Army

On 12 July Facebook banned millions of accounts who made Burhan Wani’s pic as profile pics. Modi criticized media for portraying the slain Wani as a "hero", Nawaz Sharif called him a "martyr"

At Burhan’s martyrdom anniversary Trump & Modi, in a joint press, have declared Salahuddin a Global Terrorist – legitimizing war against the Kashmiri people – fears are that India intends to change demographics of Kashmir with mass killings with help of ISIS & RSS recruits, which will run havoc in an already death-trodden valley

Does this not prove the Two Nation Theory?

‘They have different epics, their heroes are different, and they have different episodes. Very often the hero of one is a foe of the other, and likewise, their victories and defeats overlap. To yoke together two such nations… must lead to growing discontent and the final destruction of any fabric that may be so built up for the government of such a state’ - The Quaid