SRINAGAR: Hizbul Mujahideen militant outfit today pasted posters in Kellar belt of south Kashmir's Pulwama district, asking people to live life the Islamic way and keep a close watch on the activities of their wards and stay indoors after 8:30 PM.
Claiming to have prepared a hit list of 10 persons, the posters also warned of "stern action" against political activists and those spreading drugs and waywardness.
"The people are advised to desist from wrong doing and try to live their lives in accordance with the Islamic teachings and strive for the supremacy of the religion," the posters read.
"Many young men and women are spreading waywardness and immorality," the posters, circulated by Kellar "battalion" of the outfit said and asked parents to keep a close watch on the activities of their wards and snatch their mobile phones.
It also asked people not to wear fashionable clothes and asked them to stay indoors after 8:30 PM.
It asked political activists to resign en masse and threatened of "serious consequences" if they continue with their activities.
The posters warned of serious action against those who spread "drugs" among the youth and "immorality" in society.