It appears as though the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and the Hizbul Mujahideen have patched things up. Some reports in recent times had spoken about a rift between the two outfits.
Lt. General D Anbu, the GOC, Northern Command made an interesting revelation when he said that the three terror groups in the Kashmir Valley are hand in glove with each other. He said that there is no difference between the three groups and they jumping from one tanzim to another.
Naved alias Abu Hanzala has surfaced on the social media, just three days after he escaped from a hospital in Srinagar. In the photograph he is seen holding an AK-47 rifle and posing with two of his Hizbul Mujahideen counterparts, Sadam Paddar and Aadil Malik.
He has reached his destination safely, the Hizbul Mujahideen said after dreaded Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist, Naveed Jhatt alias Abu Hanzala escaped from a hospital in Srinagar.
New Delhi: Instilling patriotism towards Pakistan was one of the primary jobs for the Hurriyat Conference. While out in the open one got to see the raising of Pakistan flags and chanting slogans in the name of the country, what many missed was the undercurrent that was taking place which is far more dangerous.
New Delhi: It was after much drama and a high-profile chase that a girl from Pune was finally arrested in Kashmir. The girl Sadiya was not third time lucky when she attempted to join a terror group.
When she was a minor, she was radicalised on the internet and attempted to join the ISIS. She was however detained in Delhi and sent back to her home town in Pune.
With the Hizbul Mujahideen suffering heavy blows in the Kashmir Valley, the Jaish-e-Mohammad has spruced up local recruitments. A report by the Intelligence Bureau submitted to the Union Home Ministry states that the Jaish will look to make major inroads in 2018.
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.