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In the six-minute video, Wani in seen sporting a short trimmed beard, wearing a white t-shirt sitting on a chair, with his legs covered with a printed bedcover.
Burhan begins by expressing ‘gratitude’ to the people of Kashmir especially youth for their support to Kashmir freedom struggle.
“Those who will not follow these guidelines will be responsible for his own death”, he said.
“If Sainik Colony or separate colonies on Israeli pattern for Hindus are created in Kashmir we will target them. Pandits can come here and live in their respective places. They have their own lands, house and other properties,” Burhan says.
“I want to remind police that our enemy is India. India wants us to fight with each other. Otherwise we are brothers”, he said.
Burhan also warned the media for calling Kashmiri militants as terrorists.
Policemen take cover behind an armoured vehicle, shields and trees as protesters hurl rocks and bricks in Narbal, some 15km north of Srinagar timesofindia
Burhan ends the video with a caution: “This land is ours. Kashmir is ours. We are not terrorists but it is the (Indian) Army that are terrorists.”
Burhan Wani, a student from South Kashmir’s Tral is seen as the new face of militancy in Kashmir. He left home in 2010, days ahead of his Class 10 examination to join the Hizbul Mujahideen.