Babar Ali, a resident of Pakistan, who was caught in Jammu and Kashmir, became a terrorist for only 20 thousand rupees.
Srinagar: Babar Ali, a resident of Pakistan, who was caught in Jammu and Kashmir, became a terrorist for only 20 thousand rupees. He had received only 20 thousand rupees, while 30 thousand rupees was asked to be given later. And after getting it done at the border, he was sent to India. Now this terrorist is pleading that I should be sent back to my mother. He was caught by the Indian Army in the Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir during the encounter. Pakistani terrorist Kishore Ali Babar Patra said in a video message released by the Indian Army, “I appeal to the Lashkar-e-Taiba Area Commander, ISI and Pakistan Army to send me back to my mother as they did. Sent me here (India).”Also Read – What is happening in Pakistan, now the female principal sentenced to death for blasphemy
Patra was caught by the army during an encounter in Uri on 26 September. Even at that time he was begging for his life. The army operation started on 18 September and lasted for nine days in which another Pakistani infiltrator was killed. In the video message, Patra said that Pakistan Army, ISI and Lashkar-e-Taiba are spreading lies about Kashmir. He said, “We were told that the Indian Army is shedding blood but everything is peaceful here. I want to tell my mother that the Indian Army treated me well.” Also Read – Pakistan was treated badly after visiting other countries amid pandemic: Ian Chappell
Patra also said that the Indian Army officers and jawans behaved very well with the local people who came to the camp where he was kept. He said, “I listen to azaan five times a day. The behavior of the Indian Army is completely opposite to that of the Pakistani Army. I think there is peace in Kashmir.” “On the contrary, they take advantage of our destitute in Pakistani Kashmir and send them here,” Patra said. Also Read – Indian Army Recruitment 2021: Golden chance to become an officer in Indian Army without examination, just this qualification should be there, salary will be in lakhs
Describing his involvement in the terrorist group, Patra said that his father had died seven years ago and had to drop out of school due to lack of money. He said, “I worked in a garment factory in Sialkot where I met Anas who used to recruit people for Lashkar-e-Taiba. I went with him because of my condition. He gave me 20 thousand rupees and later promised to give 30 thousand more. Patra also told that in the Khyber Delihabibullah camp, the Pakistani army and ISI trained him to use weapons.