Friday, 24 November, 2017

Dreaded terrorist Abdul Qayoom Najar gunned down in J&K's Baramulla

Lashkar-e-Islam chief Qayoom Najar with Rs 10 lakh bounty killed in Uri Lashkar-e-Islam chief Qayoom Najar with Rs 10 lakh bounty killed in Uri
Stacy Diaz | 28 September, 2017, 00:22

In a separate incident, top Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Abdul Qayoom Najar was killed in a gunbattle with the Army near the LoC in Uri sector while he was trying to sneak into Kashmir to take charge of the outfit, a senior police officer said.

Officials said that Najar, who figured in the list of most wanted terrorists, was killed as the Army and other security forces foiled an infiltration bid along the LoC in Uri. After the killing of top HM commanders this year in Kashmir, Salahuddin directed Najar to return to Kashmir and take the reins of Hizbul.

"His return was also necessitated because of wiping out of Hizb from north Kashmir", the police spokesman said. Sources in agencies said that Qayoom had influence of Jaish-e-Mohammad, which had started footprints in Valley again by attacking security forces in South Kashmir.

"He belonged to Batapora in Sopore town".

Najar had unleashed several attacks on civilians, police and the security forces. "It is a big achievement for us" Hussain said.

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He rose through the ranks of terrorists after 2003 following the killing of the then Hizbul Mujahideen Chief Commander Abdul Majid Dar, who had entered into a dialogue process with the Government of India. He used to change his appearances to escape security agencies.

SSP further said, "Najar had joined the militancy at the age of 18". He was already heading a huge network in Sopore, Palhallan and in areas of Bandipora and Baramulla.

General Officer Commanding 19 infantry division, Baramulla, Major General RP Kalita, DIG north Kashmir Nitish Kumar and SSP Baramulla Imtiyaz Hussain at a press conference in Baramulla. After his release, he worked in an electrical shop for a few years and rejoined militancy in 1995. "To sort out those misunderstandings, he was called back to the base camp in Muzaffarabad..."

The unprovoked and indiscriminate firing by Pakistan Army in Kashmir has effectively broken down the almost fifteen-year-old Ceasefire Agreement (CFA), the two countries agreed to in 2003.

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