After killing Hizbul commander Riyaz Naikoo, Indian Army hunting for top ten terrorists active in Kashmir

After killing Hizbul commander Riyaz Naikoo, Indian Army hunting for top ten terrorists active in Kashmir

SRINAGAR: Days after eliminating the Pakistan-supported terror outfit Hizb-ul-Mujahideen’s (HM) native commander Riyaz Naikoo, the Indian Army is claimed to be trying to find high ten terrorists lively in Kashmir Valley.

According to stories, the Army has launched a listing of its high ten targets in Kashmir Valley, which incorporates – 1) New Hizbul commander Dr Saifullah, whose code identify @Gazi Hyder or physician sahib. He joined Hizb-ul-Mujahideen in October 2014; 2) Mohd Ashraf Khan, code identify Ashraf Molvi @ Mansoor-ul-Islam. He joined HM on September 9, 2016; 3) Junaid Sehrai (HM); 4) Mohm Abbas Sheikh, code identify Turabi Molvi, lively since 3 March 2015 and affiliated to HM; 5) Zahid Zargar, who joined Jaish-e-Mohammad in late 2014; 6) Shakur linked to LeT since 2015; 7) Faisal Bhai, who’s a +class terrorist, who joined Jaish in 2015; 8) Sheraz al lone, code identify Molvi; 9) Saleem Paray linked to JM; 10) Owais Mullick, who’s affiliated to LeT.

This comes days after Riyaz Ahmad Naikoo, the 35-year-old native commander of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, was killed in an encounter with safety forces in South Kashmir’s Awantipora.

In August 2017, a 12 months after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani, safety forces had gunned down his successor, Yasin Itoo alias Mehmood Ghaznavi, in Shopian. The Pakistan-backed terror outfit turned to Naikoo, naming him chief of its operations within the Valley with the extra activity of regrouping its ranks.

Under Naikoo, who glided by the identify of Mohammad bin Qasim, the Hizbul quickly returned to the centrestage of terrorism within the Valley and he confirmed up on the radar of each safety company.

According to police, Naikoo was the person behind a string of assaults on police, safety forces and civilians together with the killing of six migrant labourers in Kulgam, fruit merchants and a trucker in Shopian following the abrogation of J&Ok’s particular standing final 12 months and the killing of a sarpanch and two civilians.

Police consider Naikoo ordered the kidnapping of policemen and the looting of 9 weapons from the Srinagar residence of a former PDP MLA.

According to stories, as many as 28 terrorists have been killed in Jammu and Kashmir within the month of April this 12 months – the best since August 2019 when the PM Narendra Modi authorities scrapped Article 370 in J&Ok and divided the state into two union territories.

However, in accordance with the armed forces, not less than 35 native youths have joined terror teams within the first 4 months of this 12 months regardless of the lockdown imposed to comprise the unfold of the coronavirus and elevated presence of safety personnel in J&Ok,

As many as 64 terrorists had been killed in Kashmir and alongside the Line of Control (LoC) this 12 months to date, together with the 2 killed on Sunday in Handwara.

In 2019, 152 terrorists had been killed in J&Ok as towards 215 in 2018, in accordance with the official figures.

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