INTERNATIONAL NEWS

HIZBUL MUJAHIDEEN‬, ‪BIJBEHARA‬, ‪JAMMU AND KASHMIR‬,‪ANANTNAG DISTRICT‬‬



  • Four activists, including three of Hizbul Mujahideen, were on Monday killed in two gunfights amid pursuit operations in Anantnag and Kupwara areas of Kashmir valley, authorities said. The Hizbul activists - Sartaj Ahmad Solitary, Adil Ahmad Sheik and Tanveer Ahmad Bhat - were murdered in the gunfight with a joint pursuit gathering of police, Rashtriya Rifles and CRPF at town Siligam in Ashmuqam, 80 km from here, in Anantang area of south Kashmir, a police representative said. He said the experience occurred when the trio, hailing from Bijbehara zone of Anantnag, opened flame on the security powers who had moved to the town taking after particular data about their vicinity.
  • Terming the executing of the three aggressors as a "noteworthy achievement", the representative said Aadil and Tanveer were included in the murdering of a policeman and a regular citizen in Bijbehara on Walk 22 and June 16. While the policeman, Arif Nazir Khan, was murdered on June 16, Javid Ahmad Sofi was shot dead on Walk 22. Three AK-47 riffles, six magazines, a UBGL with three projectiles, a gun with a magazine were recuperated from the experience site, the representative said.
  • Remarking on the experience, a barrier representative said, "It was a noteworthy hit to the terrorist associations as additionally a genuine praise to the penances of all warriors battling dread." In a different operation in north Kashmir's Kupwara area, which entered its eleventh day today, the security strengths killed one activist while endeavors were on to flush out his accessories, the authority said. The unidentified aggressor was murdered in the experience in the thick woodlands of Manigah, where Colonel Santosh Mahadik was executed a week ago, he said.
  • Security strengths are proceeding with a monstrous pursuit operation in the timberland close to the Line of Control (LoC) since November 13 taking after data about vicinity of a gathering of vigorously furnished aggressors. On November 17, an experience between the aggressors and the security powers left Colonel Mahadik, Leader of 41 Rashtriya Rifles, dead. In another trade of flame yesterday, two armed force staff including a Lt Colonel were harmed in the area yesterday. Bunch photographs of for the most part newcomers of banned dread gathering Hizbul Mujahideen have turned into a web sensation on the online networking in Jammu and Kashmir. The photographs have set the alerts ringing for the security foundation in the state, especially in light of the fact that it had as of late incorporated a rundown of almost three dozen missing young fellows, why should dreaded have joined aggressor positions. Sources said every one of the men posturing in the photographs, wearing military outfit and waving kalashnikovs, are Kashmiri, proposing a hazardous pattern in the Valley. The legitimacy of the photos is yet to be confirmed however it has absolutely stressed the administration powers.
  • The photographs have become known during a period when security in Jammu and Kashmir has been bulked up taking after reports of activists wanting to focus on the continuous Amarnath Yatra. As per reports, the Indian Armed force has propelled Operation Shiva involving 7,500 jawans to give security to Amarnath explorers taking after an Insight Department reports of dread risk. The Amarnath Yatra has been on the radar of terrorist gatherings for long and consistently there is a knowledge caution in front of the journey.
  • Sources said insight offices have gotten inputs with respect to Hizbul Mujahideen hoping to complete fear strikes amid the 59-day long Amarnath Yatra. Jammu and Kashmir Police had as of late pointed the finger at Hizbul Mujahideen for assaults on the telecom segment in Sopore which slaughtered three individuals and harmed numerous others.
  • An obscure activist gathering 'Lashkar-e-Islam' had prior issued notices to telephone organizations to close their operations and the landowners to disassemble cell telephone towers raised on their properties. It had faulted the telecom system in the state for encouraging capture and killings of aggressors. On the other hand, authorities had then said that the assaults were did by Hizbul Mujahideen and the fear unit was utilizing Lashkar-e-Islam's name to befuddle the security agencies. Gossip has it that Burhan Wani, 'local officer' of Hizbul Mujaheedin, will enlist new aggressors from August 21. His lieutenants have gotten the message out that Burhan will offer Rs 35,000 as compensation to anyone why should willing join his outfit. Just the individuals who have cleared class X can apply.
  • Burhan has been dynamic in Tral, known as Kandahar locally since it is the most loved den of terrorists, for almost five years. Child of an administration school foremost, Burhan is among the most feared aggressors of south Kashmir. Some call him the substance of dread in towns south of Srinagar. He conveys a prize of Rs 10 lakh on his head. For quite a while, Burhan and other Hizb commandants relied on upon terrorists prepared in Pakistan to swell their positions. Presently he has discovered another instrument to draw in nearby youth: online networking. Burhan is dynamic on Facebook; he has a few sites and fan pages under names like Tiger Tral, HM Tral, Burhan Trali (the names continue changing) and utilizes Whatsapp adequately to spread his message.
  • The previous six months, Burhan has been discharging recordings, photos and messages through the net and cellular telephones to catch youth. In the recordings, young fellows in fight uniform are seen skipping around with weapons, playing with gay desert in plantations and perusing namaz. In a portion of the photos he posts, the aggressors don't much try to cover their face. They want to uncover their personality. Burhan is the substance of new-age terrorism in the Valley. He has turned into an image of the adjustment in the mind of youth of south Kashmir, who are turning out to be progressively helpless against jihadi selection representatives. "Kashmir youth no more need to go to Pakistan for preparing and influence. It is being bestowed on their PCs and mobiles nowadays," says a senior authority of the state.
  • The technique is straightforward and lethal. Aggressors like Burhan now offer terrorism as a blend of danger free occupation and chivalry. When he is found in recordings in the organization of youth, with extravagant weapons, meandering around indifferently, it persuades others that militancy is a glitzy calling that has social endorse and conveys least hazard. Gallantry is in-fabricated. A couple of days prior, when Burhan's sibling was killed in an experience with security offices, several young turned up for the burial service. They bumped to tap the killed youth's photo; some even attempted to snap selfies. Burhan's dad regrets he longed for his children as cops and civil servants, however they transformed into aggressors. In any case, numerous adolescent consider him to be a good example and his dad as an obstacle to his commended mission.
  • Burhan's case required a point by point investigation on the grounds that there are reasons for alarm that militancy is on the ascent in south Kashmir, particularly in towns and towns of Pulwama and Anantnag locale. Following quite a while of quiet, aggressors have begun hitting with disturbing normality, inciting reasons for alarm of an arrival to the dull decade of the 90s.
  • However, are the security organizations furnished with the instruments to manage the new-age activists and his online purposeful publicity apparatuses? Burhan's case proposes that aggressors are in front of Indian organizations in this war. In the previous six months, police have not possessed the capacity to find the wellspring of even a solitary video or photo discharged by aggressors. Courageous, they keep on focusing on defenseless youth with their online publicity.
  • Aggressors are developing, their procedures are evolving. A senior columnist with a Urdu channel wouldn't like to be cited, yet he gives a point by point record of home-developed fear in Kashmir. "The officers now don't waste time on sending adolescents to Pakistan. They first request that they get a weapon. At that point they dole out them an objective. The individuals who clear the initial two stages are selected. This fills a ulterior need: once a youth does a strike, he can't retreat. Dedication is ensured," he says.
  • Only a couple of months back, Kashmir was discussing an enlistment approach guaranteed by the PDP-BJP government. For some time it had all the earmarks of being prepared for a take off before getting dumped, principally on account of absence of funds. Kashmir doesn't offer an excess of chances for the adolescent. The private part fled to Jammu after the turmoil in 2008; new speculations are uncommon; the main employments accessible are in the media and telecom industry, where opportunities are rare.
  • Aggressors have ventured into this vacuum, focusing on unemployment, exploiting the powerlessness of the adolescent to lost goals like suffering and interminability. The Indian government needs to concoct a counter offer before militancy turns into a work of decision; and Burhan the favored enrollment specialist.