IPS Officer’s Younger Brother Joins Terrorist Outfit Hizbul Mujahideen

July 9, 2018

SRINAGAR: The young brother of an IPS officer of the Northeast cadre joined the terrorist outfit Hizbul Mujahideen right after disappearing from the Kashmir University campus on May possibly 22 this year, according to a photograph unveiled by the outfit in which he is revealed keeping an assault rifle and sporting a holstered pistol.

The photograph of the armed Shamsul Haq Mengnoo went viral in Jammu and Kashmir right after the Hizb unveiled pics of about a dozen new recruits on social media on Sunday to coincide with the loss of life anniversary of its slain commander, Burhan Wani.

Amongst the photographs of the other people is 25-year-aged Shamsul Haq Mengnoo, initially from Draggud village of south Kashmir’s Shopian district. A BUMS (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery) dropout, Shamsul joined the outfit on May possibly 25 this year on fleeing from the faculty campus at Zakura, on the outskirts of Srinagar, a senior police officer reported.

Shamsul’s elder brother, Inamul Haq, is a 2012-batch IPS officer posted in the Northeast. Shamsul’s mothers and fathers experienced filed a missing person report with the involved police station at Zakura on May possibly 22.

The textual content accompanying the photo states he joined the Hizb on May possibly 25 and his codename, as revealed in the photo, is “Burhan Sani”.

About the past two yrs, the amount of youths turning into terrorists in Kashmir has developed and even nicely-educated youth show up to have been enthusiastic towards militancy. About 50 youths have joined the ranks of terrorists so much this year.

According to spouse and children resources, Shamsul Haq, son of Mohammad Rafiq Mengnoo, experienced been pursuing a Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery diploma from a govt faculty on the Zakura campus.

In the meantime, clashes ended up documented from Nowdal village in Tral location of Pulwama district, south Kashmir, on Sunday, the 2nd loss of life anniversary of slain terrorist commander Burhan Wani.

Studies reported dozens of youths tried to march towards Burhan Wani’s indigenous village, Shaiefabad, in Tral, to pay back tribute, but the safety forces fired tear gas shells to disperse them, triggering clashes in the location. The authorities experienced imposed curfew in Tral given that Saturday.

On Friday, terrorists experienced appeared at the graveyard at Bemdoora village in Tral, where Wani was buried, and fired several dozen pictures in the air as a salute, stories reported.

The “Joint Resistance Leadership”, comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik, experienced called for a valley-broad shutdown on July 8 to mark Wani’s loss of life anniversary.

Source : Times Of India

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