The Hizbul Mujahideen has confirmed that AMU scholar Mannan Wani has joined the outfit. The confirmation comes at a time when the police continue to probe whether Wani had joined the outfit or not.
In the month of November 2017, there was a post on the social media about how a youth from Kashmir had been harassed by the Indian Army. It was a posting by Mannan Wani, the research scholar from the Aligarh Muslim University who is said to have joined the Hizbul Mujahideen somewhere in south Kashmir.
He had won accolades for his paper on flood risk assessment in his home town of North Kashmir using remote sensing and GIS techniques. This is research scholar from Aligarh Muslim University Mannan Wani who took a break to go to his home town.
A video has surfaced in which the Hizbul Mujahideen has threatened to put acid in the eyes of those who contest the panchayat elections in Kashmir. The video is doing the rounds on the social media.
A high alert has been sounded after it came to light that the Hizbul Mujahideen has hatched a plan to kill a top minister in Jammu and Kashmir. Chatter that was picked up suggested a plan being hatched by the terror group to kill a minister to avenge the probe being conducted by the National Investigation Agency.
From his den in Muzzafaraba, Pakistan occupied Kashmir, Syed Salahuddin the supreme commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen has rejected the peace talk offer made by India.
The don of heff, Waseem Shah was killed in an encounter on Saturday. Shah was part of the Burhan Wani group when he signed up as a terrorist. However following the death of Wani, he switched over from the Hizbul Mujahideen to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba. Loading ad
In a major operation, Abdul Qayoom Najar, the longest surviving Hizbul Mujahideen commander and most dreaded terrorist of the Valley was shot dead by the Indian Army in an encounter at Uri near the Line of Control.
The Indian Army and Kashmir police had waited long to get their hands on Abdul Qayoom Najar, the longest surviving Hizbul Mujahideen commander in the Valley. His return to Kashmir from Pakistan was a worry for the agencies. Najar was on Tuesday gunned down by the security forces at Uri.
He is an Indian agent reads one poster in Shopina, Jammu and Kashmir. This is a poster put up by the Hizbul Mujahideen in which it blames Zakir Musa for helping Indian forces kill its men.