New Delhi, July 10:The media arm of the Al-Qaeda, As Sahab released a video message from Ayman al-Zawahiri tittled, “Dont forget Kashmir.”
Although he did not mention Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind, the Kashmir wing of the Al-Qaeda, he ends the video with the image of the Ansar chief, Zakir Musa, who was gunned down in an encounter on May 23 2019.
New Delhi, July 06:The Indian agencies are working on a plan to completely choke terror funding, especially in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
While a part of this process has already started with probes by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and Enforcement Directorate (ED), the plan now is to wipe out the money that is already on the ground.
New Delhi, July 01:Over the past one week, the wife of Yasin Malik has made several pleas on her social media accounts regarding the safety of her husband.
My Husband is in Tihar Jail without any counsel access, not allowed to meet family, very weak health, chronic heart patient, kidney patient, blood clots in the eye, he went on hunger strike against the torturous attitude of Indian investigating agencies,” she said.
Srinagar, June 28: With a large part of the top terror leadership wiped out in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan is now trying to push some senior commanders into the Valley. The lack of a top leadership has resulted in heavy losses for the terror groups in the Valley.
The only surviving top terrorist in the Valley as of today is Riyaz Naikoo of the Hizbul Mujahideen. He is top on the hit-list of the security forces and is classified as a A++ terrorist.
New Delhi, June 25:In an undated conversation between two terrorists, Zakir Musa and Abu Dujana, they are heard speaking about the role of the Pakistan Army and terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.
Both Dujana and Musa who were part of the Al-Qaeda inspired, Ansar Ghazwatul Hind were killed in separate encounters in the Valley. Dujana who was initially part of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba quit the outfit and joined the Musa led AGH. Musa had formed the AGH after a fall out with the leadership of the Hizbul Mujahideen.
New Delhi, June 24:Jammu and Kashmir Governor, Satyapal Malik said last week that it was encouraging to see the readiness by the Hurriyat Conference (M) for talks. The faction led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said that it was always in favour of talks as a means of resolution.
Malik said that the Hurriyat leaders who had once shut the doors on Ram Vilas Paswan were not ready for talks and this was an encouraging sign. It is interesting to note that the readiness by the Hurriyat (M) comes in the wake of a major crackdown by the security forces and also the National Investigation Agency, which is probing a series of cases relating to terror funding in which the Separatists of Kashmir are involved.