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Wave of Unidentified Attacks Rock Terrorist Networks

Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Akram Khan was shot dead by unknown people.

Former Lashkar e Taiba (LeT) commander Akram Khan was shot dead in Pakistan, according to sources. According to the details, Akram Khan who was also known as Akram Ghazi. He was shot by an unknown assailant in Bajaur district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. This is the second incident of killing of terrorists, an enemy of India, in the last one week. Ghazi, who was the head of the recruitment wing of Lashkar-e-Taiba from 2018 to 2020, was arrested in Pakistan for anti-India speeches. He was known for givinghate speeches against India. He was a key figure of the terrorist group and was involved in terrorist activities for a long time. He operated the LeT recruitment wing, which recruited people in the name of Kashmir in front of Lashkar-e-Taiba against India, and Used to  inspire sympathetic youth for jihad against India. It is not that this is the first such incident in Pakistan. Earlier too, Mufti Kesar Farooq was also shot dead by unknown people in Karachi. Ijaz  Ahmed Ahangar, Khalistani. Dreaded terrorists like Paramjeet Singh Panjwad and Bashir Ahmed Peer have also been murdered by similar unknown assailants.

In October this year, Shahid Latif, the mastermind behind the Pathankot attack, was shot dead in Pakistan. Latif was one of India’s most wanted terrorists, who was from Gujranwala city of Pakistan and who was conducting the operation of infiltrating four terrorists into Pathankot Air Force Station in Pakistan in 2016.

On 20 February 2023, Bashir Ahmed Peer, who was a resident of Kupwara district and was also known as Imtiaz Alam, who was the launching commander of Hizbul Mujahideen. On Monday evening of 20 February in Rawalpindi, when Bashir was standing in front of a shop, unknown people came and assaulted him. After firing he was riddled with bullets. After the firing stopped, bystanders took him to the hospital where the doctor declared him dead.

Ajaz Ahmad Ahangar
Aijaz Ahmad Ahangar

22 February 2023

Ijaz Ahmed Ahangar, his name was also Abu Usman al-Kashmiri. He was engaged in setting up the Islamic State in India and Islamic State Jammu Kashmir (ISJK) was the main recruiter of new boys. Ijaz Ahmed Ahangar was also in direct contact with Al Qaeda. l He was also involved in the bomb blast in a Gurudwara in Afghanistan. Ijaz Ahmed Ahangar was murdered in Kabul, Afghanistan.

26 February 2023

Syed Khalid Raza was murdered by unknown people outside his house in Karachi. Sindhu Desh Revolutionary Army (SRA) has taken the responsibility of Raja’s murder. Abdul Raja was the commander of the terrorist organization Labhadral Badr. Which trains terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. And till the murder he was free in Jammu and Kashmir.

8 September 2023

Riyaz Ahmad alias Abu Qasim, mainly a resident of Jammu region, had crossed the border to Pakistan in 1999. He was considered responsible for reviving terrorism in border districts like Poonch and Rajouri. He was killed on 1 January 2023 in Dangri of Rajouri district. He was the main accused in the terrorist incident in which 7 people lost their lives in indiscriminate firing. All the terrorists were killed by the security personnel, but the terrorists had planted an IED which exploded the next morning. On 8 September 2023, Rawalakot in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. Unidentified people armed with guns came inside the Al-Qudus Mosque located in and killed Abu Qasim by shooting him in the head at point black i.e. at close range.

If seen, in the year 2023, the names and traces of dozens of such terrorists, who were among the enemies of India, have been erased. Despite there being no direct involvement of the Indian Government in all these incidents, those who conspired against India or were involved in terrorist incidents are the enemies of India. are being wiped out in such a way that there is an atmosphere of fear among them.

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