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UDHAMPUR/HYDERABAD: In a strong rebuke to All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi who has pointed out that five of the six soldiers killed in the terror attack at Sunjuwan military camp were Kashmiri Muslims, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Northern Command, Lt. Gen. Devraj Anbu, said on Wednesday that the Indian Army was above religion.
Without naming the Hyderabad MP, the GOC-in-C said that those who were “communalising” soldiers don’t know the Army well. “In Army, there is a ‘sarva dharma sthal’ (common worship place for all religions),” he said while responding to a query at a press conference.
On Tuesday, Owaisi had slammed those questioning the patriotism of Indian Muslims saying, “Five Kashmiri Muslims have laid down their lives. Why aren’t you talking about it? This is a reminder to all those nationalists who question my integrity and love for this country.”
Owaisi had followed this up by criticising Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Twitter on Wednesday, saying none of his ministers had visited the family of CRPF constable Mujahid Khan in Ara. Khan was killed in a terror attack on a CRPF camp in Srinagar on Monday. Owaisi’s tweet triggered a storm on social media with some supporting him while others criticising him for “communalising” the soldiers’ sacrifice.
Regarding the reports that the terror attack was a joint operation by Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad, the GOC-in-C said there was no difference among terror outfits. “Hizbul Mujahideen, Jaish and Lashkar—all of them are involved in planning attacks across the state. All three outfits are hand in gloves whether it is in the valley or in Jammu. There is no differentiation as the terrorists keep switching from one ‘tanzeem’ (organisation) to another,” Anbu said.
He added that the Army is well-equipped to foil their plans. “Whoever picks up arms and is against the state is a terrorist and will be tackled effectively by the Army. We have to concentrate on three things — ending infiltration, eliminating anti-nationals in the hinterland and arresting radical elements active in the region,” he added.
The General said that the Army had retaliated effectively to Pakistani incursions along Line of Control and International Border. “As per Pakistani media, 192 Pakistani soldiers were killed in Indian retaliation during cross border firing but as per our inputs, the figure is even higher,” he said.
He said the rise in the number of Kashmiri youth taking up arms is a major concern for the Army. Youth comprise about 40 lakh among the total 60 lakh population in the valley. Social media and radical elements, he said, were drawing them towards terrorism. Families and even the Army have a key role to play in motivating these youth towards a positive life, he said.