Srinagar, July 16: A couple of years back a picture of Burhan Wani and his gang went viral on the social media. It became an inspiration for many youth in Jammu and Kashmir to raise arms and join the terror group.
New Delhi, July 10: She is a known India hater and is famous for instigating the youth of Kashmir. While she wants the youth of Kashmir to take up arms and stones to fight India, her elder son is doing MTech in Melbourne while the younger son studies at an Islamic University in Malaysia.
New Delhi, July 9: On Sunday, July 8, the death anniversary of Burhan Wani, the Hizbul Mujahideen proclaimed that the younger brother of an IPS officer had joined the outfit in Kashmir. The outfit went on to release more pictures of those who had joined the outfit in the past few months. In all there were at least a dozen images of new recruits which were circulated by the Hizbul Mujahideen on July 8.
Srinagar, July 8: It was a bloody Saturday in the Valley. Three civilians including a 16 year old girl were killed after the Army opened fire on stone pelters in South Kashmir’s Redwani village. Governor N N Vohra told the Army to maintain standard operating procedure so that there were no civilian casualties.
Srinagar, July 6: The body of a policeman who was abducted by terrorists on Thursday has been found at Kulgam. The body was found by the locals at Pariwan.
Srinagar, July 3: Dreaded separatist and Dukhtaran-e-Milat chief, Asiya Andrabi has been remanded in judicial custody by a court in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. Her press secretary and two other aides too were sent to judicial custody. They will be lodged in the Central jail at Srinagar.
Srinagar: June 29: The National Investigation Agency took a major step and filed an FIR against Kashmir separatist, Asiya Andrabi. What is interesting is that the FIR states that she runs a terrorist organisation called Dukhtaran-e-Milat chief, Asiya Andrabi.
New Delhi, June 30: The National Investigation Agency which has been probing a terror funding case against the separatists in Kashmir says that next on line at the big-wigs of the Hurriyat. We probed the case in stages and are almost in the final stage, an NIA official informed OneIndia.
As Operation All Out continues in full swing, security agencies say that there are at least 271 terrorists operating in the Valley. Out of the 271 terrorists, 20 of them have been categorised either as A++ or A+.
The supreme commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen and chairman of the United Jihad Council, Syed Salahuddin said that the imposition of Governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir was a non-issue.