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Terrorists Vow to Defy Pak

Kashmiri terrorists vowed on Saturday to resist Pakistani efforts to close their offices in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) and said Pakistan was betraying their cause by stopping fighters entering Kashmir. Leaders of several anti-India militant groups said Pakistan had given them until May 31 to close down offices in PoK, a move seen as part of Pakistan’s efforts to mend ties with India. “There is a consensus, so far, among the mujahideen groups that they would not leave the base camp,” a militant group member said before a meeting of anti-Indian groups in Muzaffarabad, capital of PoK. Mujahideen are Muslim holy warriors. Muslim separatist militants have been battling Indian forces in Kashmir since 1989. They refer to PoK as their base camp. India has long been calling for a crackdown on the militants who it says are armed and trained by Pakistan. Pakistan denies the accusation saying it only gives moral, political and diplomatic support to what it calls Kashmiri freedom fighters. Full Story

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