After death of several top terrorist commander’s, security forces have issues a new list of top commanders in the Valley. The names were made public with an aim to eliminate them from the region.
Among the wanted terrorists, Riyaz, Zakir and Pakistani terrorist Naveed Jatt alias Abu Hanzullah, who escaped from the clutches of the Jammu and Kashmir police. Their escape came as a big blow to the security agencies, which are witnessing a fresh round of unrest.
According to the police, all the top ten terrorists have been put in two categories A and A++. Here’s the list
1- Riyaz Naikoo…Hizbul Mujahideen Chief in Valley
2- Naveed Jatt urf Abu Hanzalla… Lashker-e-Toiba Chief in Valley.
3- Zeenat Ul Islam…Hizbul Mujahideen Commander Shopian
4- Zakir Moosa … Ansar Ghazwat ul Hind Chief
5- Altaf Kachroo…Hizbul Mujahideen Commander Kulgam
6- Lateef Tiger….. Hizbul Mujahideen Commander still active from Burhan Group.
7- Arshaid ul Haq…. Hizbul Mujahideen Cmmander Pulwama
8- Zahid sheikh urf Umear Afgani…Jaish-e-Mohammad Commander
9- Ashraf Molvi … Hizbul Mujahideen Commander Anantnag.
10- Mehraj Bangroo…LET Commander Srinagar.
The sources in Police told Mirror that around 215 terrorists are presently active in Kashmir Valley.
Riyaz Naikoo, who is categorised as A++, is one of the most dreaded Hizbul commanders operating in Kashmir. He is considered to be a pro Pakistan propaganda and support for Pakistan.
He is involved in several murder cases, including that of policemen. He also released many video asking informers and locals police men to be away from anti militancy operations. Naidoo has a massive support of Over Ground Worker (OGW) of Hizbul.
Zakir Musa is the chief commander of Ansar Ghazwat-ul Hind of Al-Qaida. He became very popular in a very short period, and had created a massive support among youths of Kashmir.Musa is considered dangerous because of his ideology, which he is using to propaganda to call for an Islamic caliphate in Kashmir and throughout India, an ideology that’s rapidly gaining ground in the Valley.