Younger brother of IPS officer joins terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen in Kashmir: A 25-years-old-lad, Shamsul Haq Mengnoo, has joined the terrorist group Hizbul Mujahideen on the last 25th May, post being running away from the University campus.
On 22nd May, the A missing person report had been filed, as per various media reports, so far at least 50 youngsters have joined the militant groups already in Jammu and Kashmir in 2018.
A younger brother, of an IPS officer’s, has joined the Hizbul Mujahideen in Kashmir, as per reports, a photograph purportedly released by the terrorist group has disclosed the same.
A 25-years-old-lad, Shamsul Haq Mengnoo, has been seen holding guns in the image, and this is the same guy, who had gone missing from the Kashmir University campus in the last May.
Inamul Haq, His older brother, is an IPS officer belonging to the Northeast cadre. The Hizbul Mujahideen released the picture of the number of new recruits on Sunday.
Incidentally, last Sunday, 8th July was the death anniversary of Burhan Wani, the Hizb commander who was killed two years ago.
in the beginning an inhabitant of Shopian district’s Draggud village, Mengnoo had enrolled in a Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (BUMS) course but he left his study in the midway, as per The Times of India quoted.
on May 25, A police officer told TOI that Shamsul joined the Hizbul Mujahideen subsequent to running away from the Zakura campus on the outskirts of capital Srinagar. On May 22, A missing person report has been filed by his parents already.
Reportedly, till now, at least 50 youngsters have joined militant groups in the Valley in 2018.
On Sunday, security was ramped up in several parts of the Srinagar because the state police were seen protecting the occasion of Burhan Wani’s death anniversary. Wani’s hometown of Tral was under curfew for at least 2 days, in the meantime, a tension and violence took place and continues in Kulgam where three people were killed in Army firing prior to the violent protests on Saturday.
Elsewhere in Kashmir, a shutdown was called on Sunday by the so-called called ‘Joint Resistance Leadership, that is consists of the main and the key separatist leaders. Protests were also held at several places in Srinagar including the University campus.