Masood Azhar issues guidelines for terrorists after release
Amid tensions with India over its decision to abrogate Article 370 in the Kashmir Valley, Pakistan has secretly released the UN-designated terrorist and Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar from protective custody for terror operations, sources said on Monday.
Soon after his clandestine release, Azhar issued guidelines for the JeM terrorists asking them to steer clear of stone-pelting and demonstrations. The terrorists have been asked to target security personnel and snatch their weapons. They have been asked be very cautious about their identities and have been advised to keep it hidden. They have also been asked to avoid contacting each other through messages or phone calls, in case the internet is closed. Azhar has asked them for man-to-man contact in case of emergence and has advised them to keep changing their locations.
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