The cop says, ‘In Hizbul Mujahideen’s Kashmir terror group, “military adviser” is the most brutal’

Just after one day of security compelling eliminated group, Hizbul Mujahideen’s Kashmir chief, Riyaz Naikoo in an operation with them, the Pakistani leader of the group, Syed Salahuddin said this treaty would help them achieve the mission that they have been longing for.
Salahuddin, who also heads the alliance of pro-Pakistan terrorist groups, called the United Jihad Council, warned India that the Kashmir would outrage the entire region.

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This message was given out in a meeting where condolence was held of 32-year-old Riyaz Naikoo and his associate Adil Ahmed who was killed in Wednesday’s operation carried out by Jammu and Kashmir police and troopers from the 21 Rashtriya Rifles.
The shed was declared the global terrorist by the United States in 2017. However, Pakistan denied taking action against him as they were not declared the same by the UNSC. But as are the facts, Islamabad hasn’t acted against those designated by the UNSC either. There are about 130 individuals who have been sanctioned by the UNSC. Riyaz Naikoo is the chief commander to Hizbul Mujahideen hierarchy, according to Syed. His elimination from the group weaker their growth in South Kashmir.

According to the sources, he had an extensive network and hiding areas there. Inspector general informed they had already busted 6 places. He died at his 7the place during the firefight with the security. The security forces suspected underground tunnels to link his other places, so they brought up some earth digging types of equipment to test the possibility.
“Riyaz Naikoo was the most experienced… When the next one is named, we will go after him…. We already know who it is going to be,” the Kashmir region’s top police officer said.

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