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Diaries From Hill Kaka Show Route, Links and Funds of Pak's Jehadis

Diaries recovered from the Pakistani militants killed by the Indian Army during Operation Sarpvinash in the Hill Kaka area in Surankote reveal their links with Afghan warlord Gulbuddin Hikmetyar’s Hizbe-Islami and operations in the Tora Bora mountains. Documents recovered from the 62 militants killed suggest that a majority of the jehadis in Surankote were Pakistani Punjabis from Islamabad, Karachi, Attock and Rawalpindi and not from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). Apart from a sprinkling of Quranic verses, the dairies contain detailed accounts of jehadi operations south of Pir Panjal in Surankote. The name of Engineer Gulbuddin Hekmetyar features in a diary and it follows a couplet. It says: “Agar hamare khoon se Islam zinda hota hain, to hum sau bar sar kata sakte hain, Engineer Gulbuddin Hikmetyar, Hizb-e-Islami, Afghanistan.” And then the author warns “bagair ijazat diary padna mana hain (without permission you cannot read the diary).” It is this document that contain coded names of militants such as Ghazi, Butshikan, Khalil and Khair with Tora Bora written against three of them. Full Story

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