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Jaipur: Muslim group announces Rs 5 crore reward for those beheading Pak soldiers

A little-known Muslim organisation has announced a cash reward of Rs 5 crore for those who behead Pakistani soldiers and hand over the heads to India.

india Updated: May 09, 2017 09:32 IST
Soldier mutilation

Indian Army personnel carry the coffin of Indian Army soldier Paramjeet Singh ahead of his funeral at Vein Pein village, some 45kms from Amritsar. The Indian army accused Pakistan of killing two of its soldiers and mutilating their bodies in an ‘unprovoked’ rocket and mortar attack along the border on May 1.(Sameer Sehgal/HT Photo)

A little-known Muslim organisation has announced a cash reward of Rs 5 crore for those who behead Pakistani soldiers and hand over the heads to India.

Mohammad Shakeel Saifi, the Chairman of Muslim Yuva Atankwad Virodhi Samiti, said he would collect the amount from his volunteers and public and give it to the one who brings heads of Pakistani soldiers who mutilated bodies of two Indian soldiers at the Line of Control (LoC) recently.

Saifi came from Delhi to visit Ajmer dargah yesterday and told reporters that he would give the cash reward for beheading Pakistani soldiers.

“I announce to give Rs. 5 crore to the one who beheads Pakistani soldiers and hands it over to India. I will collect the amount from my volunteers and people,” he said.