Srinagar, Sep 18 - Indian Army chief Gen Dalbir Singh arrived here on Sunday afternoon…
A day after Indian special forces entered Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) and decimated at least seven terrorist training camps, Umer Ahmed Ilyasi, chief Imam of All India Imam Organisation, who was in Ludhiana, said that no imam should offer final prayers for any terrorist killed by Indian army.
Ilyasi also met Shahi Imam of Ludhiana Jama Masjid Habib-Ur-Rehman and discussed issues concerning the community in Ludhiana.
Ilyasi said that soldiers of army have done a brave act by entering PoK and destroying terror camps. “As per reports, many terrorists have also been killed during the strike. We welcome the step taken by our troops,” said Ilyasi.
He also appealed to the Imams of entire country not to offer final prayers for terrorists who have been killed by Indian army. “These terrorists are enemy of our country and should be treated like one. They should not be treated as Muslims by offering prayers as per Islamic rituals,” Ilyasi stressed.