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How Burhan Wani and Abu Dujana were killed because of their ex-girlfriends

By Vicky

Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, Muneer Khan said, " with the death of Abu Dujana, all the women in the Valley are safe." It is a well known fact that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander, Dujana who was killed in an encounter on Tuesday at Pulwama was a womaniser.

Burhan Wani and Abu Dujana

He would promise girls marriage and then dump them. This was what could have possibly done him in. He was seeing a girl who he later dumped. The security forces managed to get in touch with the girl who finally ended up spilling the beans on his possible locations.

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    Clubbed with intelligence the security forces finally managed to gun him down.

    This is an interesting tactic used by the security forces in the Valley for several years now.

    These terrorists are notorious in many ways said an Intelligence Bureau official. They womanise a lot and dump girls. These girls in a bid to take revenge approach either the security forces or the police and spill the beans on them.

    Prior to this the security forces had got information about Burhan Wani through one of his ex-girlfriends. He too had dumped a girl who later approached the forces and spilled the beans on his location.

    Similarly the forces had used a similar tactic in the case of Abu Tallah who was killed in 2009 and Abdullah Uni gunned down in 2013. In the case of Uni, it was his wife who spilled the beans on him. However in the case of Tallah the forces had realised he had a womanising problem and hence decided to use a honey trap before killing him.

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