Hizbul Mujahideen, exasperated by Riyaz Naikoo, orders new commander Ghazi to order terrorist attacks in India

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Srinagar: Pakistan-backed terrorist organization Hizbul Mujahideen is plotting major attacks in India and has been entrusted to Saifullah Mir alias Ghazi Haider. Ghazi is made the commander of Hizbul after the Indian Army killed the most wanted terrorist Riyaz Naikoo. Naikoo’s elimination was a big blow to the banned organization Hizbul and now he wants to avenge it.

According to the input received, Hizbul wants to accelerate terrorist activities in the valley, in order to reduce the pressure created by the Indian Army. For this, he has prepared a special plan and has given orders to target the Indian Army.

Not only this, but the leader of the terrorist organization sitting in Pakistan has also received instructions to join hands with Ghazi and Lashkar-e-Taiba, it’s newly formed wing TRF and Jaish-e-Mohammed to carry out terrorist activities on a large scale. Security forces suspect that terrorists may resort to this suicide bombing to fulfil their nefarious designs.

In 2016–17, when Burhan Wani was made Hizbul commander, Ghazi Haider alias Saifullah was tasked with the treatment of wounded terrorists. During this, he trained many terrorists in his work. Due to which he later came to be called Doctor Saifullah. Security agencies know him by this name. In 2017, when Riyaz Naikoo was appointed as the operational commander, Saifullah was made his deputy.

Security agencies believe that Ghazi is in direct contact with the terrorists sitting across the border, including Hizbul chief Syed Salahuddin. At the same time, experts feel that it will not be easy for the new commander of Hizbul to accelerate terrorist activities. Especially not in South Kashmir, where the terrorist organization has been well established. Because the security forces have done many big actions here. In the last month, security forces have killed many top militants including Riyaz Naikoo in this area. Hizbul chief Syed Salahuddin himself admitted this in a gathering in Pakistan, whose video went viral on social media.

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