Hizbul Mujahideen issues new poster, vows to continue the dare
Srinagar: Almost two weeks after the Indian Army killed Kashmir's separatist group Hizbul Mujahideen’s poster boy Burhan Wani, the banned organisation on Saturday issued a poster with a photograph of 11 camouflaged gunmen announcing that they pledge to continue the dare.
The poster’s description:
The poster carries a photograph of 11 men dressed in military apparel and holding AK-47 rifles in an orchard. The poster was first uploaded on the website of Kashmir Reader, a local daily newspaper. The text on the poster reads, “we will continue to challenge the foe”.
It has been pointed out by the experts that the poster resembles to a photograph by which Wani and ten of his associates announced their entry into the group two years ago.