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21 Top Terrorists List “Most Wanted” by security forces in Valley

21 Top Terrorists List “Most Wanted” by security forces in Valley: As you all may know that Jammu & Kashmir isn’t peacefully because of some cockroaches and when these cockroaches attack in your house what you do? You clean them out by killing them. Now, the same thing applies on Jammu & Kashmir and here to clean those out we have our talented security forces and army with motivated soldiers. You all should know that Twenty-one top terrorists are now on the “hit list” of security forces after Islamic State of Jammu and Kashmir (ISJK) chief Dawood Ahmed Salafi and three of his aides were gunned down.

Indian Security Forces Release List of 21 Most-Wanted Terrorists Active in J&K

This accident took place in a shootout at Nowshera village in south Kashmir on Friday. You all should know that the list of 21 terrorist by India isn’t for the showing purpose even our soldiers are going to kill each and every single cockroaches of them painfully.  The bodies of Dawood Ahmad Sofi (known also as Salafi and Burhan), the chief of ISIS in J&K and involved in several terror attacks on policemen, snatching of weapons, stone-pelting cases, and three others were retrieved from the site on Friday.

Also, the reports are suggesting that these encounters are considered as a major success by the security forces, was the first combat operation after the imposition of governor’s rule in J&K. Security establishment sources said major operations were now underway to target 21 “most wanted terrorists” -11 from Hizbul Mujahideen, seven from Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), two from Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) and one from Ansar Ghazwat ul-Hind (AGH).

These are that names of 21 names list Hizb are Mohammad Ashraf Khan (Kokernag, Anantnag), Mohammad Abbas Sheikh (Kaimuh, Kulgam), Saifullah Mir (Malangpur, Pulwama), Latif Ahmad Dar (Dogirpur, Awantipur), Umar Fayaz Lone (Tral, Awantipur), Manan Wani (an AMU research scholar from Kupwara) and Junaid Ashraf Sehrai (son of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat chief Ashraf Sehrai).

The LeT names are Azad Ahmad Maslik (Malikpura, Anantnag), Shakoor Ahmad Dar (Tengpora, Kulgam) and Riyaz Ahmad Dar (Sethargun, Pulwama). The two from JeM are Zahid Ahmad Wani (Karimabad, Pulwama) and Mudasir Ahmad Khan (Midpur, Awantipur).