New Target For Indian Army: After Killing Of Zakir Musa, Al-Qaeda Cell In J&K Announces His Successor


After Killing of Zakir Musa in an encounter with security forces, Al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Jammu and Kashmir, Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGH) has announced 30-year-old Hameed Lelhari as Zakir’s successor and the outfit’s new chief, reports Times of India.

According to the report, in a video released on Wednesday (5 June) by al-Hurr (AGH’s official media wing), AGH spokesperson Abu Ubaidah Hafizahullah said that Lelhari alias Haroon Abbas has replaced Musa while Ghazi Ibrahim Khalid has been appointed as his deputy.

Lelhari is a native of Lelhar Kakpora, Pulwama and a member of Islamist organization Jamait-Ahl-e-Hadith. Read More

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