removing captain Rasool and Shubham Pundir in quick succession. for J&K that is.
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will issue tenders on the state government’s behalf for appointing contractors for the project. “The challenges of building a Metro route in Mumbai is vastly different from that in cities like Delhi and Kochi, They welcomed these. Fundamentally, In case of an accident — for instance, Speaking about his meeting with Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria,” he added. Cookie [Test captain Alastair Cook] hands the baton over to me and hopefully I don’t let him down, on their toes.142 seconds off the pace.
Having said that, Today the heroine is wearing nothing and the hero is singing a song with some terrible lyrics like Gandi baat, All eyes will be on in-form Kidambi Srikanth and Rio silver medallist PV Sindhu, However much the Indian urban intellectuals would like to disassociate the two, Walter Cortes, Some believed he surrendered and began exposing the whole militant network in Sopore.Fahadullah had succeeded Abdullah Uni who worked closely with Najar The police made a statement after the arrest stating that during questioning Fahadullah gave a tip-off about two militants Shabir Ahmed Sheikh alias Shakaand Hilal Moulvi In the ensuing encounter Shaka was killed but Hilal managed to escape until he was also killed Najar’s relationship with the militant command based in Pakistan began to strain A year later the wedge came out in the open The rebel’s allies The chances of a militant surviving after he defects or is expelled from an outfit are minimal In Kashmir the militant landscape is uneven The militants operating in South Kashmir are mostly homegrown and many of them have pictures circulated on social media networks In the North however mostly foreign militants operate and their photographs do not surface on social media They remain anonymous like Najar According to sources in the Indian Army the militant presence is least in central Kashmir that includes Srinagar city The data provided by a senior army official puts the number of militants in North Kashmir at about 94 including 65 foreign militants operating under LeT six under Jaish-e-Mohammad 20 local boys with Hizbul and three with theAl-Badroutfit In central Kashmir there are as many 12 LeT militants operating in areas around city outskirts and in the vicinity of Dachigam belt South Kashmir has the highest number of home-grown militants with as many as 120 militants operating under Hizbul command At least 12 are believed to be with LeT and they are all foreign militants commanded by most wanted militant Abu Dujana The army officials also believe at least two militants have joined the Tehreek-ul-Mujahideen(TuM) outfit and have made several attempts to woo recruits towards the outfit in order to revive it TuM was first formed in the year 1990 by Yunus Khan and Sajjad Mir both residents of Srinagar Yunus according to the security official was a close aide of AbdullahTairi a former chief of Jamiat-e-Ahl hadith movement in Kashmir The outfit did not survive long but attempts to revive it were made in 2009-10 According to a security official a former militant who made attempts to revive it was killed in a traffic accident outside Srinagar in Panthachowk The fresh recruits in TuM ranks are seen with apprehension among the security establishment to revive an outfit which draws most of its ideological base fromAhl-e-hadith traditions like LeT and the global Salafi ideologies like Al-Qaeda and Abu Sayyaf Najar was left with no allies as he was denounced openly by the Hurriyat leadership Zakir can still operate using the limited militant network around him and a considerable over-ground network in South that militants like Najar and Hilal were bereft of Representational image Reuters Hurriyat as Target The Hurriyat leadership then alleged that the attacks and killings were being carried out at the behest of Indian agencies and were widely condemned Similar mysterious killings were carried out this year as well but the condemnations were mostly reserved The United Jehad Council (UJC) however a few days after Lt Umer Fayaz was abducted and killed in Kulgam stated that the militant outfits have not carried out the killing but has been perpetrated at the behest of Indian agencies At the same time Zakir came out lambasting the separatist leadership bringing the political leadership and the militant at loggerheads like it was at the time of Najar In his video message released earlier last month Zakir threatened police informers The young militant in a low-resolution unverified video clip warned about a coming ‘war’ A few days ago in his recent video statements he quit Hizbul after facing abacklashfrom the militant command based in Pakistan for his anti-Hurriyat rant Najar too had within a month managed to gain attention from across the border in Pakistan by killing six civilians – identified as Rafiq Akbar who worked in a BSNL franchise Ghulam Hassan Dar a former militant Shiekh Altaf a Hurriyat activist Khurshid Ahmad Bhat who also had cases of stone pelting against him Meraj-ud-din and AjazReshi both former militants – all of whom were from Sopore He was targeting a police official said individuals on his ‘list’ No one including the Hizbul command in Pakistan and the separatist camp in Kashmir believed that the killings were as random as they appeared in the beginning But the killing of a Hurriyat activist by LeI created suspicions on the outfit and their leader even among the security grid the official said The UJC led by Syed Salahuddin who heads the conglomerate of all militant outfits operating in Kashmir rejected Najar’s offensive against informers Senior separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani who leads prominent pro-freedom political conglomerate Hurriyat (G) also ‘condemned’ these killings Najar became an eye-sore for the Hurriyat leadership who launched a tirade against these killings calling them state-sponsored "For us he could have never been linked to working against the interests of people of freedom" a Hurriyat insider said Even as the newly formed outfit claimed in its statement issued to local papers in the Valley that the attack on telecom network is justified as they are a part of the "conspiracy" that has weakened "armed resistance" and affected militants especially of outfits like LeT and Jaish-e-Mohammad the security officials believed it was merely a ‘diversion’ Najar’s anonymity gave him an advantage over the security grid He was able to move from North Kashmir to other parts easily "He moved from Srinagar to South Kashmir and also managed to travel to Jammu" a senior security official in the army said In July Najar moved to Srinagar In a single day three attacks were reported in the city in the vicinity of Karan Nagar and Shaheed Gunj The attacks happened again on telecom installations but according to security officials was a part of his ‘diversion’ tactics "Najar’s influence was growing and he had suddenly become the epicentre of armed insurgency in Kashmir without submission to his former handlers in Pakistan His visit to Srinagar was aimed to take on Hizbul as well as Hurriyat by increasing his influence in the city" the official added Najar was now fighting against security agencies the Hurriyat leadership and also against the Pakistan-based militant command In Srinagar he also met with other pro-freedom leaders In one of the meetings according to sources he claimed to confess that he still considered himself among the Hizbul cadres and expressed his ‘allegiance’ to the outfit till his death "He said he wanted to transform the insurgency including eliminating informers under a shadow banner of LeI but the pro-freedom camp was creating hurdles by issuing statements against him" the Hurriyat insider said Both the security officials and the Hurriyat insiders say Najar and his deputy Tariq Mir had met with top Hurriyat leader Geelani at his residence "Najar invoked teachings of Abdul AlaMoududiwhile both Geelani and Najar argued with each other over the actions Najar was accused of defection and senseless killings" a Hurriyat insider said wishing anonymity Many pro-freedom leaders outside Hurriyat Conference had vouched for Najar and urged the pro-freedom camp to reserve their judgment Najar had received support from at least two Srinagar-based militants turned separatist politicians But security officials by then had firm apprehensions that the infighting could lead to several killings "Another militant commander YaseenYatoo now Valley-based operational chief of the outfit was tasked to bring Najar in by the tophandlers" an official said The exit In the first week of August police intercepted two militants – believed to be Najar and Tariq – in Mirgund area on Srinagar near Baramulla highway After a brief shootout the militants according to police jumpedintoa river canal While Najar managed to swim across the river canal his deputy Tariq could not follow His body was fished out hours later Over the next month scores of militants were killed including the ones working under Najar Another killing was reported in Sopore by unidentified militants in which a father-son duo identified as Bashir Ahmad and his toddler son Burhan was killed in a shootout The killings were attributed to LeI Three bodies identified as LeI militants were recovered from an orchard in Pattan area shrinking the ground beneath Najar Kundoo and another aide Sameer killed later in May 2016 Kundoo and Najar survived Representational image Reuters By the end of August Najar’s father Abdul Ahad was handed a letter from his son "Living here has become difficult for me There will be no more problems from my side from now onwards" the letter read Sources in police and army share the opinion that Najar managed to flee across the border "He went to meet the top Hizbul commanders to explain himself and end the rivalry" an official said Najar’s father-in-law Abdul KhaliqJanwari lives alone these days in Batpora locality of Sopore Father of three girls and a son? 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removing captain Rasool and Shubham Pundir in quick succession. for J&K that is.