Chief Minister Saturday said the government will consider any request for security from separatist leaders if they approach the authorities following a threat by former Hizbul Mujahideen commander Zakir Mussa.
“When somebody will seek security from us, we will think over it,” Mufti told reporters on Saturday on the sidelines of a function when asked about the threat given to separatist leaders by Mussa.
The former HM commander, in a audio message on Friday, had threatened to kill separatist leadership for terming Kashmir a political issue instead of Islamic struggle meant to enforce Sharia in the state.
Earlier, the chief Minister interacted with disabled children from across Kashmir who had gathered at the astro turf TRC ground at a special camp organised by Jammu and Kashmir State Sports Council.
She said that her government will do whatever possible to provide necessary facilities to such children, and had to do a lot for their welfare.—RK