Eight Lashkar-e-Toiba militants arrested for threatening locals with posters in Kashmir’s Baramulla district

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September 10, 2019 2:08 PM

Posters have come up in parts of Kashmir which talk of "civil curfew" and ask people to enforce civil "disobedience".  Four members of a family, including a baby girl, were injured last week when terrorists attacked a house in Sopore.

Lashkar e Toiba, militant, threatening local, Kashmir, Baramulla, Baramulla district, jammu kashmir, kashmir news,Two men went to the residence of a prominent fruit merchant in Sopore, Hamidullah Rather, to intimidate him. (AP)

Eight Lashkar-e-Toiba militants were arrested from Sopore area of Kashmir’s Baramulla district for threatening locals with posters, a senior official said on Tuesday. “We have arrested eight LeT militants for posting threatening posters in Sopore and adjoining areas,” the official said.

Posters have come up in parts of Kashmir which talk of “civil curfew” and ask people to enforce civil “disobedience”.  Four members of a family, including a baby girl, were injured last week when terrorists attacked a house in Sopore.

Two men went to the residence of a prominent fruit merchant in Sopore, Hamidullah Rather, to intimidate him. Not finding him there at home, the terrorists shot and injured Rather’s family members including 2 1/2-year-old granddaughter Asma Jaan, who is critical.

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