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Kashmir’s most wanted: 2 down, 7 to go


The Army had recently prepared a hit-list of 9 top terrorists in the Valley. So far the Army has gunned down two who were part of the list.

Zeenat Ul islam alias Usman Hizb

While Sameer Tiger was killed in an encounter at Pulwama last week, the forces achieved more success when it gunned down, Showkat Tak alias Abu Hufaiza on Saturday. He was killed after an 8 hour encounter that took place at Srinagar.

Showkat was part of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and was highly dangerous. All the three terrorists who had been holed up inside the house were killed in the operation that also left four security personnel, including an officer, injured.

Who remains:

  • Riyaz Naikoo alias Zubair Ul Islam, Hizbul Chief Of Kashmir Valley from Beighpora Pulwama Category A++
  • Zakir Rashid Bhat alias Moosa, Ansar Chief from Noorpora Awantipora Category A++
  • Zeenat Ul islam alias Usman Hizb Area Commander Shopian from Shopian Category A++
  • Dr Saifullah alias Abu Musaib, Hizb Commander Srinagar Area From Malangpora Pulwama Category A++
  • Saddam Padder alias Zaid, Hizb Commander Shopian from Heff Shopian Category A++
  • Altaf Kachroo alias Mooin ul Islam, Hizb Commander Kulgam From Redwini Kulgam Category A++
  • Naveed Jatt alias Abu Hanzalla From Pakistan Hizb Commander Rajpora to Newa, Category A++

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