As Kashmir Plunges Into Political Uncertainty, Here’s a List of Most Wanted Militants


The BJP-led central government has now asked the armed forces in Jammu and Kashmir to resume its operations against terrorists in the Valley. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that while the forces had exercised exemplary restraint during the month-long Ramzan ceasefire, terrorists continued to attack civilians.

A day after Singh announced the end of the ceasefire, two terrorists were killed in Bandipora early on Monday. A number of militants have been killed in Kashmir last year, including Lashkar-e-Taiba commanders Bashir Ahmad Wani, Abu Dujana, Abu Ismail and Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Bhat and Jaish-e-Muhammad commander Khalid.

Here’s a list of the most wanted men in Kashmir as of now.

Zakir Musa, Al-Qaida
The Al-Qaida man is on the top of the forces’ list. After his split from Hizbul, Musa launched the Kashmir chapter — Ansar Ghazwat-ul Hind — of Al-Qaida. In a very short span, Musa has become popular among Valley’s youth and cadre of other terror groups.  Read More

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