Police Busts Hizbul Module That Sent Boys To Pakistan For Training

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| July 16 , 2017 , 14:29 IST

Hunting for terrorist organizations in the state since the terror attack on Amarnath Pilgrims, the Jammu and Kashmir police has busted a Hizbul Mujahideen recruitment module in Baramulla district.

According to the police, this module was allegedly led by the Hizbul commander Parvez Wani. The police, after a raid, arrested three people from the module who were allegedly recruiting boys and sending them to the Pakistan for training.

A J&K police officer on Sunday said, “This module was being led by Hizbul commander Parvez Wani, a resident of Handwara.” "Three persons were arrested following the raid (on Saturday). The module had plans to send boys to Pakistan for training in terrorist camps," he added.

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The police mentioned, one of the arrested, Abdul Rashid Bhat, visited Pakistan in May and obtained training in the Khalid Bin Waleed camp run by the Hizb in Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

“He got a visa from the Pakistan High Commission in Delhi on the recommendation of a separatist organization,” police added.

Arms, ammunition and Rs 1 lakh in cash were recovered from the arrested persons.

Earlier, some terrorists attacked a bus of Amarnath Yatra pilgrims killing seven on the spot while another died in a hospital on Sunday succumbing to his injuries. The police has started a hunt for all terrorist organizations working in the state ever since the intelligence declared the involvement of Lashkar-e-Toiba. Security forces have also increased vigilance in the state since the incident.

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