Zakir Musa, who was heading the Hizbul Mujahideen, quit the terrorist outfit on Saturday after the group refused to back his statement warning that separatist leaders would be beheaded for calling the Kashmir issue “political”.
Musa, who took over the outfit after the killing of Burhan Wani in July last year, announced he would not be associated with the terror outfit from Saturday onwards.
“Following my last audio message, a lot of confusion is being spread in Kashmir. I stand by my speech and by my message,” Musa said in the latest audio clip released on social media. Read more