1. The militant leader, with the gun slung over his left shoulder, addressed the funeral gathering for nearly 20 minutes during which he said the recent statement about setting up of an al-Qaida unit in Kashmir was aimed at “maligning the freedom struggle of Kashmiri people which is an indigenous and homegrown movement”.
2. Riyaz Ahmad Naikoo, wanted commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen militant appeared with an AK-47 rifle at the funeral of his slain colleague in Kashmir, on Saturday, and said linking global terror network al-Qaida with Kashmir was to defame their movement.
3. “Linking our struggle with al-Qaida and the Islamic State is a ploy to defame it,” he said.
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