Published: Fri, March 16, 2018
Medical | By Bryan Strickland

Telangana terrorist killed in J&K

Telangana terrorist killed in J&K

"It is learnt that M (ohamma) d Toufeeq, age 26 years, N/o Manuguru died in an encounter with security forces on night 11/12march in Hakkora of Anantnag district along with two other Kashmiri militants. He was radicalised in to Islamic state ideology through social media and went to Kashmir to participate in terrorist activities of ISIS", a press note from Telangana police said.

In a letter to the Director General of Police, Telangana, the Senior Superintendent of Police, Anantnag, has stated that the militant is: "Mohammad Taufeeq @ Sultan Zabul Al Hind @ Abu Zarr Al Hind who had come over to valley in 2017 from Hyderabad (probably Khamam)".

The Al Qaeda's Kashmir cell Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind, which is led by Zakir Musa, had claimed that Toufeeq from Hyderabad had joined jihad a year ago after migrating from Hyderabad to the mountains of Kashmir.

Soon after the encounter got over late on Monday, J&K Police had identified two of the militants killed as Mohammad Eisa Fazili (22) of Soura, Srinagar, and Syed Owais Shafi (22) of Kokernag, Islamabad, and the third as a foreigner. After verifying his details, police found out that he had no criminal record to his name in Telangana. "As of now, the third militant was a foreigner".

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This is only the second time since 2008 that militants from another Indian state have been killed in Kashmir.

Police have also refused to say anything on the Ansar Ghazwatul Hind though security officials say that militants from different outfits work in tandem in south Kashmir.

Three terrorists were killed in the encounter and illegal arms and ammunition were also seized from them. According to police, the man was allegedly working for Islamic State (IS). It is learned that he was one of the militants who were in the top ranks of the outfit. The slain militants were initially affiliated to Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) but then joined Ansar Ghazwatul Hind headed by Zakir Musa.

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