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New posters emerge in the Kashmir Valley threatening to burn alive women riding two-wheelers
No sooner than the state of Jammu & Kashmir starts to limp back to normalcy, fringe elements of the state cook up a new row to cause more disturbance.

Using the killing of Burhan Wani as an excuse, fringe elements of the state are trying to spread unrest by asserting their moral policing in the Valley.

An unheard of organization, named `Sangbaaz Association Jammu and Kashmir, Azad Kashmir' has issued a Taliban style diktat against women and shopkeepers of the Valley.

The organization issued a chilling warning through their poster threatening that girls found riding two-wheelers would be burned alive along with their vehicle.

The warning in the poster reads, "We request all girls, please do not use scooty. If we see any girl who rides scooty, we will burn the scooty as well as the girl."

The poster further issues `last warning' against shops, banks and commercial establishments against opening them "till the end of this fight."


It is for the very first time that such a small time fringe group, otherwise only known for pelting stones at the Indian Army has come out with such a stern warning.

According to a few local media reports, posters of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HuM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) have also surfaced in south Kashmir. These separatists organization are urging people to continue with the agitation till freedom, asking all women to remain indoors and asking government employees to remain absent from work.

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