Taliban vows to attack 'BJP terror camps' in India news
25 January 2013

Quick on the heels of home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde's revelations that the Bhartiya Janata Party and its parent organisation RSS are running terror camps in India, the Pakistani Taliban has vowed to attack Indian-administered Kashmir.

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan today wanted the UN bodies and the US to stop the "BJP-sponsored state terrorism" against Muslims in the ''disputed'' region.

Ehsan wanted the US to also order drone strikes and coalition troops invasion, to target these terror camps. If the US and the UN does not take action against BJP-RSS terrorism against Muslims in India, then the TTP would "take care" of it, he added.

After the Pakistan government failed to elicit enough support for internationalizing the Kashmir issue following the recent border skirmishes, the Taliban seems to have taken the role of the savior of Kashmiri Muslims.

The Taliban is now holding on to Shinde's statement regarding BJP-backed terror camps as an open confession that Hindu extremists are being patronised under the state's authority for killing innocent Kashmiri Muslims, reports The Dawn.

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Taliban vows to attack 'BJP terror camps' in India