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04/29/2019

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JAMMU: The Jammu & Kashmir police on Monday claimed to have busted a Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) module with the arrest of 5 extra terrorists concerned in a automobile blast in Banihal space of Ramban district on March 30, which focused a CRPF convoy.
Manish Kumar Sinha, IGP of Jammu Zone, instructed reporters late on Monday night {that a} Particular Investigation Staff (SIT) headed by Sanjay Parihar, extra SP Ramban, was constituted to analyze the case.
“Police was in a position to bust the HM module chargeable for the assault after sustained interrogation of the bomber by a specialised group of SOG headed by SSP SOG, Sandeep Mehta, and SIT members,” Sinha mentioned.
On March 30, terrorists focused a CRPF convoy in a automobile bomb assault close to Tethar village in Banihal following which a case was registered. Nobody was injured within the assault, although the automobile driver fled the scene. In a cordon and search operation, one Owais Amin, son of Mohammad Amin of Vehil Shopian, was arrested on March 31.
Sinha mentioned that Owais Amin confessed that he belonged to HM and primarily based upon his disclosure, the HM module was busted after the arrest of his accomplices, recognized as Umar Shafi, Aqib Shah, each residents of Vehil, Shopian, Shahid Wani alias Watson, of Kinhama Shopian and Waseem Ahmed Dar alias Physician, of Chakora, Pulwama.
“Throughout sustained interrogation, the suicide bomber Owais Amin additionally revealed that he had been motivated by an lively HM commander Rayees Ahmed Khan alias Imaad Khan of Shopian and Omar Shafi to assault safety forces on the instructions of the HM chief commander Riyaz Naikoo,” Sinha mentioned.
The automobile which was used within the blast was fabricated by Waseem (Physician), Sinha mentioned. “On March 30, he selected a CRPF convoy as goal and detonated the automobile through which he was sitting. However the explosives within the automobile didn’t all go off, and he survived with accidents and was apprehended whereas he was attempting to flee again to Kashmir.”
“Thereafter, on the disclosure of Waseem, one other member of the HM module concerned within the assault, Hilal Mantoo from Chakora Pulwama (Kashmir) was arrested from Central College Punjab the place he was pursuing a PhD, by a group of SOG Jammu,” Sinha mentioned.
“Hilal Mantoo revealed that he was an in depth confidante of HM commander Dr Saifullah, who is working in South Kashmir and who motivated many youths of the world to hitch militancy. Mantoo additionally mentioned he’s a ‘rukun’ (member) of Jamaat-ul-Tulba (JuT) which is the scholar wing of Jamat-e-Islami (JeI). Mantoo instructed us that youth are taken into JuT after cautious screening and as soon as inducted, they’re given hardline spiritual orientation and skilled for terror operations,” Sinha mentioned.
Mantoo additionally disclosed that the IED within the automobile was fabricated by a bunch comprising Waseem (Physician), Munna Bihari, a Pakistani terrorist of JeM, Shah Jahan of Pulwama, and Sahil Abdullah.
“Sahil has been lacking from his home after the incident and probably has develop into lively,” Sinha mentioned.
“With this arrest of Mantoo, the J&Ok police have achieved a significant success in thwarting the designs of Hizbul Mujahideen,” Sinha mentioned.

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