Hizbul claims missing special police officer in J&K’s Pulwama has joined its rank
Particular Police Officer Irfan Ahmad Dar, a resident of Nehama Kakapora of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district has been lacking since Tuesday night.
- The SPO has been lacking together with his AK-47 rifle.
- Hizbul issued an announcement claiming he has joined its ranks.
- four Jaish militants arrested in Sopore.
Banned terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen on Wednesday claimed that the Particular Police Officer (SPO) who went lacking together with his AK-47 rifle has joined its ranked.
In line with native media, Dar has been lacking since Tuesday night.
In a tele-statement, Mujahideen Burhan-u-Din, operational spokesperson of the outfit, mentioned, “SPO Irfan Ahmad Dar, a resident of Nehama Kakapora of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district, who fled together with his rifle has joined Hizbul Mujahideen.”
The spokesperson additionally quoted Hizbul’s subject operational commander Mohammad Bin Qasim as saying, “We attraction all Jammu and Kashmir Police cadres to surrender their job and be a part of Hizbul Mujahideen to offer a push to the resistance wrestle.”
4 Jaish militants arrested
In the meantime, safety forces have arrested 4 overground staff of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) militant outfit from Sopore space of Jammu and Kashmir, the police mentioned at present.
Performing on a particular data, police and Central Reserve Police Power laid a joint cordon at fruit mandi crossing in Sopore and arrested 4 OGWs of proscribed terror outfit JeM, a police spokesman mentioned.
He mentioned the arrested individuals have been recognized as Mohammad Ayoub Malla, Fayaz Ahmad Battle, Javid Ahmad Battle and Maqsood Ahmad Battle.
“Two UBGL, two grenades and matrix sheets of JeM outfit have been recovered,” he mentioned, including the accused individuals have been booked beneath related sections of the legislation.
(With inputs from PTI)
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