Would Have Kept Burhan Wani Alive, Held Dialogue With Him: Congress Leader Saifuddin Soz

Senior Congress leader Saifuddin Soz on Friday said the decision to kill Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was not one he would have chosen, saying it would have been better to have had a dialogue with him. “Mere bas mein hota toh Burhan Wani ko zinda rakhta aur unse dialogue karta (If it were up to me, Burhan Wani would have been kept alive and a dialogue would have taken place), the Congress MP said. Burhan Wani, regarded as the top Hizbul leader in the Valley, was killed by security personnel on July 8 last year.

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    vijay
    Jul 8, 2017 at 7:56 pm
    Mr.Soz, That was was your opinion triggered by your natural affinity for a fellow Muslim. If the dead terrorist's name was Narayana swami would you have felt the desire.I bet not.Secondly, keeping alive this terrorist is same as offering the lives of our soldiers in a platter to all the terrorists in Kashmir as target practice. Being a Muslim you may feel the pain but the truth is that the 86 of the people (Non Muslim Indians) in this land feel that enough is enough. No more dialogue with mindless terrorists and people who egg them on to throw stones throwing and kill our boys. Soon you and you ilk will have to abide by our laws or buy a one way ticket to Pakistan or Afghanistan where you will be very comfortable.May be you can do us a favour, you can take with you some of our congress party losers who love to give the whole of the Kashmir to the terrorists.
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