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The Treasury Department accused a veteran Lashkar spokesman named Abdullah Muntazir of faking a defection from Lashkar in order to enhance his credibility and secretly engage in propaganda.
"Muntazir has been an LET media official since at least 1999,â€ the Treasury statement says. "As of 2011, Muntazir was still an LET media official, despite presenting himself to the media as an independent scholar on militancy issues, including those relating to LET.â€
Recently Abdullah Muntazir, a spokesman of the Lashkar has claimed that his organisation has set up 2,200 camps in various parts of Pakistan and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) to provide military training to the fresh recruits ready to join the fighting across the Line of Control (LoC).
"We would like to clarify once again that Jama't-ud-Da'wah and Lashkar-e-Tayyeba are two entirely different organisations, and to name Prof. Hafiz Muhammad Saeed as being the head of Lashkar-e-Tayyeba is completely incorrect and untruthful, and a deliberate attempt to mislead people," Saeed's spokesperson, Abdullah Muntazir was quoted as saying on the terror group's (unofficial) website, www.jamatdawah.org.
"At last seven missiles hit the battalion headquarters of the Indian army in Turtuk area of Batalik sector on Thursday as our men launched the attack," Abdullah Muntazir, information secretary of Lashkar-i-Tayyiba, one of the prominent freedom fighters groups, fighting Indian rule in held territory, said in a statement here. Muntazir claimed a major portion of the headquarters building was damaged in the attack while a number of vehicles were gutted."We have received 'confirmed reports' that over 20 Indian soldiers were also killed," he added. Muntazir quoted a commander in the snow-capped battlefield as saying that the Mujahideen were "bravely fighting and inflicting heavy losses on the Indian troops in the northern combat zone. Pakistan Army's strike, defence corps move to border 8 July 1999 Javad Muzaffar Information Secretary Abdullah Muntazir said Indian forces were "pounding our positions at Tiger Hill with heavy artillery but we are also giving a befitting reply to the Indian forces and they are suffering heavy casualties at the hands of Kashmiri Mujahideen (holy warriors)." He said the group's positions on Tiger Hill, which overlooks a key Indian military supply route, were "stable and India will never succeed in capturing it." The group is one of several Kashmiri militant organisations which say they are fighting to push India from its only Moslem-majority state, with diplomatic and moral support from Pakistan. "I want to make it clear that we have not lost an inch to the Indians in Kargil and India will never succeed in taking back any land from us," the spokesman said. "The world community, particularly the U.N and members of the Security Council, need to break their silence regarding this important world problem which is a vital threat to the whole humanity and to stop Indian rulers by any possible means from its ignominous deeds," he said.
Abdullah Muntazir, a spokesman for the Lashkar-e-Taiba, stated that his organisation set up 2200 camps in various parts of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir to provide military training to the fresh recruits ready to join the fighting across the LOC.