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Caught terrorist claims he attacked out of frustration because porn was banned in India

06, Aug 2015 By Nitten Nair

The BSF made a shocking revelation after the first few hours of interrogation of the terrorist nabbed today in Jammu & Kashmir. The 16-18 year old terrorist Usman has finally admitted his true intentions for the incident that left 2 killed and 11 injured.

In a statement released to the press, the BSF Chief Interrogation Officer, said the following. “The 2 terrorists had infiltrated in India 12 days ago. The main intention of the insurgents was to freely watch pornography on their newly acquired Samsung S6 smart phones and not with the intention of causing any fatalities. The youths were totally frustrated with their inability to watch porn as all porn websites are blocked in Pakistan”.

Terrorist being a little shy and hiding his Smartphone full of saved links of latest hot Porn.
Terrorist feeling a little shy and hiding his Smartphone full of saved links of latest hot Porn.

He further added, “They could not even watch “Baby Doll” song by Sunny Leone on YouTube as it is also banned in Pakistan. After being subject to complete freedom for around 10 days, the sudden ban on porn by the Indian government put them in shock and the intense frustration over 3 days led them to act out. We will be investigating into the matter further and try to get access to more information in the coming days.”

Sources have said, (on the condition of anonymity) that the BSF is not revealing the complete information that they have gathered. They hinted that not only were the BSF investigating more into what sites the apprehended were most watching, but also have hired top psychiatrists of the country to study if they can somehow relate the effect porn (or the lack of!!) can affect the brain and induce fanatical behavior.

The BSF authorities refused to answer too many questions but were open about their emotions with respect to the infiltration and its effects on Indo-Pak relations. “This is not a good sign,” claimed top officials. “We cannot afford to have the youth of Pakistan crossing borders to enjoy freedom. If they manage to do so, it will lead to an unprecedented surge in similar incidents.” Pakistan security forces however had a different view. A General in the Pakistan army said that it is a good sign and that the Indian government should be happy. Finally people are crossing over for “love” and not hate.

On asking how the BSF managed to identify the age of the terrorist, they said,”Usman claimed to be as old as Shahid Afridi. We will know the exact age once the PCB comes to a decision on that first.”

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