Terrorist supporter Kashmiri Congress Spokesperson Salman Nizami was also in touch with Left leaders

More pictures emerge of Salman Nizami with other Congress, Left and Kashmir leaders

More pictures emerge of Salman Nizami with other Congress, Left and Kashmir leaders
More pictures emerge of Salman Nizami with other Congress, Left and Kashmir leaders

When it rains, it pours. More and more photos of terrorists’ supporter Kashmir based Congress Spokesperson Salman Nizami are coming out in the public domain. This time the photos show his association with Left leaders like Sitaram Yechury and pro-Left Journalist/ Wire website editor Siddharth Varadarajan. He was attending the protest against the death of journalist Gauri Lankesh. How come Salman Nizami is on the stage of this protest along with top leaders of Left parties? This illustrates that all these persons covertly or overtly supported and entertained Salman Nizami kind of pro-separatists from Kashmir, now based in Delhi.

Nizami’s dubious activities came to limelight after Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned his role in spewing venom against him and arguing for separatism in the Kashmir valley.

Yesterday PGurus published with photos showing Salman Nizami’s role in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and his role in creating chaos in the University by injecting anti-India poison in the minds of young Kashmiri students[1].

Salman Nizami with Swamy Agnivesh, Yechury and others
Fig 1. Salman Nizami with Swamy Agnivesh, Yechury and others

If it was shocking to see Nizami with Congress leader Digvijaya Singh in JNU, there is more. Nizami’s dubious activities came to limelight after Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned his role in spewing venom against him and arguing for separatism in the Kashmir valley. When a controversy erupted, Congress even lied that the party has no link with him, despite the fact that he was a spokesperson in Kashmir.

Salman Nizami with Omar Abdullah
Fig 2. Salman Nizami with Omar Abdullah

The new photos also shows his proximity with Lalu Prasad Yadav, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Farooq Abdullah and son Omar Abdullah, and activist Swamy Agnivesh. The photos expose the proximity of these leaders with the terrorist supporter Salman Nizami who was abusing the then President of India Pranab Mukherjee for approving the hanging of Parliament Attack convict Afzal Guru. Nizami’s role in creating chaos in JNU for supporting and funding the Afzal Guru memorial ceremony in JNU is now under the scanner of Intelligence Bureau.

Salman Nizami with Lalu Prasad Yadav
Fig 3. Salman Nizami with Lalu Prasad Yadav

Nowadays Nizami is mostly found in Delhi and in touch with JNU’s Left-wing student leaders like Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya and Shehla Rashid. The IB officials indicated that Salman Nizami had collected funds for igniting JNU students from Kashmir and harbored them in safe zones. He was in touch with many journalists in Kashmir and New Delhi. He was charming to many journalists and acted as their “source” in peddling fake stories. His mobile call records also show that he was in regular touch with them, creating fake news to create panic.

Salman Nizami with Jyotiraditya Scindia
Fig 4. Salman Nizami with Jyotiraditya Scindia
Salman Nizami with Congress and Left leaders
Fig 5. Salman Nizami with Congress and Left leaders
Salman Nizami with Farooq Abdullah
Fig 6. Salman Nizami with Farooq Abdullah

It is time for the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to probe into the shoddy activities of Salman Nizami and his link with separatist leaders and terrorists in the Kashmir valley.

[1] New photos show Kashmir leader Salman Nizami behind the JNU protestsDec 11, 2017, PGurus.com

Team PGurus

2 COMMENTS

  1. Communists and Congress are twins with different bodies with same feelings.They are trying overtly and covertly to destroy Indian culture and Indian identity. They have lots of fake ngos who receive lots of foreign finds for this purpose.Unless their strangular hold Is broken they will continue their antinational acts till they succeed.

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