How an Electrician Became a Wanted Jaish-e-Mohammed Militant: The Story of Mudasir Khan


It was a freezing evening in Kashmir on January 14 last year when Mudasir Ahmad Khan, an electrical technician with a telecom company was asked to report for duty. A tower in nearby Awantipora town had developed some issues and Khan left to fix it.

A resident of Midoora, a nondescript hamlet is South Kashmir’s Tral Town, Khan didn’t return till dinner time. He told his father, Farooq Ahmad, that he had got some more work and would stay out for the night.

According to Ahmad, the family had just finished their dinner when the police showed up at their door asking for Mudasir. Read More

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