SRINAGAR:  As Indian held Kashmir remains on edge due to protests that erupted across the state over the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen poster-boy Burhan Muzaffar Wani, mosques across the region broadcasted Pro-Pakistan slogans and urged youth to join “jihad against India”Deccan Herald in a report said.

According to a report, separatists usually have audio cassettes with anti-India rhetoric ready whenever protests break out in the state to play them and further flare up sentiments and incite youth against the country.

The messages played through the speakers of the mosques, asked people to attain ‘freedom’ from India by joining jihad.

Pakistan on its part said the 'extrajudicial killing' of Burhan Wani and scores of other 'innocent Kashmiris' is deplorable and condemnable. The Pakistani foreign ministry said solving the Jammu and Kashmir dispute is only possible through an impartial plebiscite with United Nations support.