It is an ultimate betrayal by Pakistan. A country which hosts, trains and breeds terrorist is finally also betraying their own. Here is how:
Nearly three months after most wanted Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Abu Dujana , a Pakistani, was gunned down by security forces in south Kashmir, his eight minute-long audio conversations with Zakir Musa, the chief of Ansar Ghazwat-u-Hind, has surfaced on social media.
The phone recording shows that Dujana, who had joined Musa after being sidelined by Lashkar, had lost confidence in Pakistan.
In fact, he tells Musa on how masterminds asked about specific location of terrorist who were then killed. A senior officer said, “There has been series of reverses with killing of top terrorists, and while there have been several attempts to have a new hybrid modules with Lashkar, Hizbul in an attempt to keep control from POK.” He further says, ” Musa has challenged control. And doubles the risk of getting killed at the hands of security forces or the terror handler who see him as threat.”
Dujana is further heard saying how his commanders across the border were insisting him to publicly denounce Musa, former Hizbul Mujahideen militant commander.
One of the longest surviving Pak terrorists, Dujana managed to give slip to security forces several times, till he joined Zakir Musa’s Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind, an affiliate of Al-Qaeda.
“They are asking me to release an audio against you (Zakir Musa) to say that you are creating Fitna (discord) in Kashmir and I’m not associated with Zakir Musa,” Abu Dujana could be heard telling Zakir. “They were saying that you gave pinpoint of Abbas (a militant killed at Kakapora) who was martyred in an encounter.”
Even when Musa is on most wanted hitlist of security forces, Dujana candidly says that his associates in Pak ‘paar walay’ (people across the border) are seeking Musa’s pinpoint location.
Dujana also accuses people sitting across Pakistan of getting militants killed in Kashmir.
“It’s true. They (Pakistan) are asking me about the pinpoint location, but I don’t disclose it to them, fearing the worst.” However, Dujana, who was killed in Pulwama on August 1st along with another local terrorist, did not live too long after this undated conversation.
Sources in security forces say this is an internal rift between the terror groups. The operation in which Dujana was killed was based on specific inputs received by J-K Police. Attempts by Indian Army to make him surrender did not yield result.