Militant group Lashkar-i-Tayyiba, which is fighting Indian rule in Kashmir, on Thursday denied any involvement in attacks in Mumbai that killed over 100 people. "We have nothing to do with Bombay attacks," Abdullah Ghaznavi, a Lashkar-i-Tayyiba spokesman told a foreign news agency from Srinagar. "We do not believe in killing innocent civilians. It appears to be an act of Hindu militants who will then unleash a reign of terror against Muslims under the garb of these attacks," he said. "We strongly condemn these attacks and we say categorically that we have nothing to to with them."