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You got me today: Read Lashkar terrorist Abu Dujana's last conversation

By Vicky

Abu Dujana the Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander who was killed by security forces on Tuesday was told to surrender at first. Dujana however refused to do so and decided to fight back.

You got me today: Read Lashkar terrorist Abu Dujana's last conversation

A phone call between an Army officer and Dujana suggests that several attempts were made to get him to surrender. However minutes after the call ended, Dujana was ambushed by the security forces.


    Here is the conversation between Dujana and the security forces:

    The Army had first commissioned a local Kashmiri civilian to speak with Dujana. He however refused to relent following which the officer took the phone. Dujana was sarcastic through the conversation and even said sometimes we win, sometimes you win. Today you won, "congratulations."

    Dujana: How are you? I said how are you.

    Officer: Forget how I am doing. Why don't you surrender? You are being used by Pakistani agencies to trouble the Kashmiris. You have married a girl from here and what you are doing is not right. Why don't you surrender?

    Dujana: I left home for martyrdom. Who wants to play a game, let them play. Sometimes we are ahead and sometimes you are ahead. Today you caught me, congratulations. I will not surrender. Do what you have to. What Allah has in store me is what is important.

    Officer: Show concern for your parents.

    Dujana: I left my parents in Gilgit-Baltistan. The day I left them, they were dead for me.

    Officer: We do not want a bloodbath. God does not want any harm to come on anyone. Allah is for everyone.

    Dujana: Then come and meet me inside the house. (He cuts the call)

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