Ghazi Hyder: Terrorist organization Hizbul Mujahideen appointed Ghazi Hyder as new commander in Kashmir
After the security forces killed militant commander Riyaz Naiku, the terrorist organization Hizbul Mujahideen has appointed Ghazi Haider as its new commander in Kashmir. Hizbul has issued a statement declaring Ghazi Hyder to be the commander.
Zafar-ul-Islam was also made deputy commander in the meeting
Sources said that in a meeting chaired by the United Jihad Council of the terrorist organization Hizbul’s Council and Hizbul Supremo Syed Salahuddin, it has been decided to create a new commander in Kashmir. The meeting comes after the death of terrorist commander Riyaz Naiku and his associates Mohammed bin Qasim and Mohammed Adil. At the same meeting, Ghazi Haider was declared the commander of Kashmir and Zafar-ul-Islam as the deputy commander. At the same time, Abu Tariq has been made the Chief Military Advisor.
Salahuddin again spewed poison
Hizbul chief Salahuddin has once again risen against India. Indeed, Riyaz Naiku’s death is a shocking blow to Salahuddin. A video of Salahuddin has also gone viral. In the video he is saying in Urdu that it is a shock to all. In the video, he describes Naiku’s death as a martyr for himself and says that this has happened in Kashmir before.
Fear of terrorist attack, security force alert
Security has been beefed up in Kashmir in view of the possibility of a terrorist attack. Security agencies have received information that Pakistan-based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed may attack security forces and paramilitary forces on Monday. After this, security forces have been put on alert throughout Kashmir. Sources say that Jaish commander Mufti Abdul Rauf has been plotting the attack on May 11 for several days. For this, he has also met his handlers sitting in Pakistan. Security forces are aware of this.