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Top Hizb commander killed with associate in Anantnag
8/29/2018 10:28:15 PM
Saahil Suhail
Early Times Report

Anantnag, Aug 29: Security forces on Wednesday neutralized two Hizbul Mujahideen militants including a top commander in south Kashmir's Anantnag district.
Reports said the forces launched a search operation at Muniward area of Khanabal in Anantnag in the wee hours. During the searches, militants fired on the forces, which was retaliated leading to an encounter. In the ensuing encounter two militants were killed.
The killed militants were identified as Altaf Ahmad Dar alias Kachroo alias Moin of Hawoora, Mishipora (Kulgam) and Umar Rashid Wani of Khudwani, Kulgam.
Altaf was operating as one of the most important militant Commander of the Hizb. He had a long history of criminal records since 2007. Considered as a long time surviving militant in the area, he was involved in series of terror crimes in the area. He was involved in several attacks on the security forces and killings of civilians and policemen in the area.
Several cases were registered against him in different police stations across valley for his terror activities. Some of the prominent cases include rifle snatching from policemen at Yaripora BSNL Tower. FIR No 208/7 under section 307, RPC, 7/27, Arms Act; FIR No 226/2010 under section 20 ULA (P) Act; FIR No 239/2010 under section 307,RPC 7/27 Arms Act; FIR No 15/2010 under section 307, 392 RPC 7/25 Arms Act in PS Yaripora; FIR No 21/2011 under section 7/25 Arms Act P/S Zadibal Srinagar; FIR No 174/15 under section 307, 392 RPC , 7/25 Arms Act PS Kulgam etc, a police spokesman said.
Pertinently, during the 2016 unrest he along with Yasin Itoo @Gaznavi played a major role in instigating people.
Umar Rashid Wani son of Abdul Rashid Wani resident of Khudwani Kulgam became active since last year. He was involved in many civilian atrocities and attacks on security establishments. He was also involved in killing o policemen at Anantnag.
Further in Srinagar city Umar had carried an attack on CRPF and also escaped from the recent Batmaloo encounter site. Several cases were registered against him including 145/17 under section 302, 7/27 Arms Act of Police Station Anantnag in which two JKP cops were killed and 173/18 under section 302, 307, 34 RPC, 7/27 Arms Act, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20 ULA of Police Station Batamaloo. Though this group was a part of HM module they had worked in close coordination with other proscribed outfit for unleashing terror.
Some arms and ammunition was also recovered from the site of encounter.
Police has registered a case in this regard and the investigation has been initiated in the instant matter.
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