By K.N. Pandita
When Yasin declared himself Chief of JKLF Kashmir, Amanullah Khan, the initial sponsor based in Luton, UK, said the organization had been hijacked. Nobody could say whether he was indirectly castigating Yasin or ISI. The ISI needed a valley-based JKLF chapter to absolve it of the stigma of murdering Indian diplomat Mhatre in UK.
Hashim Qureshi, who says he rejected ISI’s plan of recruiting Kashmiri Muslim youth for terrorist activity, claims that Amanullah Khan got Mhatre murdered through his PoK activists of KLF in UK as he knew the Indian government would, in reprisal, execute Maqbul Bhat, the original founder of KLF, and in this way a big obstacle in his (Amanullah’s) path would be removed. Continue Reading…