Massive searches for LeT comdr in Srinagar

Police today announced reward for the informants of seven wanted militants of Hizbul Muja-hideen belonging to Tral area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district by circulating posters while security forces had established check points on Srinagar Bypass after intelligence inputs of movement of top Laskhar-e-Toiba commander from North Kashmir to South Kashmir.
Police today pasted posters in Tral town of South Kashmir in which they sought information about seven most wanted militants from Tral area of South Kashmir. Police through posters sought information about these 7 militants from general public and announced reward for such information.
These militants for whose information police announced rewards are Sabzar Ahmad Bhat alias Sabh Don son of Ghulam Hassan Bhat resident of Ruthsana in Tral, Aqib Ahmad Bhat alias Molvi alias Zeeshan son of Abdul Khaliq Bhat resident of Hyna Tral, Mohammad Ishaq Bhat son of Abdul Salam Bhat resident of Batgund Tral, Mohammad Asif Mir son of Mohammad Yusuf Mir resident of Dadsara Tral, Zakir Rashid Bhat son of Abdul Rashid Bhat resident of Noorpora Awantipora, Mohammad Ishaq Parray alias Newton son of Mohammad Ismail Parray resident of Laribal Tral and Shakir Ahmad Dar son of Ghulam Hassan Dar resident of Rathsuna Tral.
As per police sources, these militants are wanted for various militancy related incidents in South Kashmir including threatening the Panchs and Sarpanchs of the area and attacking them. They are also wanted for attacks on security forces.
Security forces are already searching these militants who are active in South Kashmir for last several years. They belonged to the Hizbul Mujahideen and have appeared in several photographs and videos with HM commander Burhan Wani of Tral.
In the meantime, police today established nakas at several places in Srinagar Bypass at Parimpora and Athwajan after inputs about the movement of a top Lashkar-e-Toiba commander from North Kashmir to South Kashmir.
Police frisked several vehicles at Parimpora that were coming from North Kashmir towards Srinagar in the afternoon.
Later in the evening, naka was established at Athwajan Bypass for several hours. The vehicles from North Kashmir that were on way to South Kashmir were mostly being frisked. The frisking of the vehicles led to massive traffic jam at this portion of the highway. However, no one was arrested.

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