Posters in a Town in Pakistan show Lashkar-e-Taiba claiming Responsibility for Uri Attack

Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), the Pakistan-based terror group claims responsibility for the Uri attack that killed 20 Indian soldiers last month in Jammu and Kashmir

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New Delhi, 25 October 2016: Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), the Pakistan-based terror group claims responsibility for the Uri attack that killed 20 Indian soldiers last month in Jammu and Kashmir.

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According to The Indian Express, posters have surfaced in Gujranwala town of Punjab, Pakistan, announcing to hold last rites in absentia for one of the four terrorists who attacked the Indian Army’s 12 Brigade at Uri on September 18.

The posters serves as the evidence of India’s claim that the Uri attack was carried out by Pakistan-based jihadist group, which until now been denied by Pakistan.

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The poster mentions of the LeT’s perpetrator named Muhammad Anas, operated under the alias Abu- Siraqa. The poster is to invite the local residents to offer funeral prayers for the brave hearted martyr who according to the poster claims to have killed 177 Indian soldiers in the Uri attack.

“Funeral prayers in absentia for Mujahid Bhai Abu Siraqa Muhammad Anas martyr for having killed 177 Hindu soldiers in Kashmir,” the poster said.

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The funeral will take place at Sadabahar Nursery near Bada Nala Nawab Chowk Girjakh Gujranwala.

The poster had images of Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, the Lashkar-e-Taiba’s head. The funeral prayers will be taking place at Bada Nullah, near Girjakh, in the town of Gujranwala.

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