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Srinagar. Security agencies on Tuesday identified those terrorists in connection with the killing of civilians in Srinagar this week. The attackers included 25-year-old gangster Basit Ahmed Dar, a resident of Kulgam in south Kashmir. According to officials, Dar, who had gone missing from his home in Redwani in Kulgam district in April, was under investigation earlier as he had worked with the self-styled godman of The Resistance Front (TRF), Abbas Shaikh.
According to officials, Dar and his three other accomplices, including a youth in their 20s and Mehran Shala, a resident of Nawa Kadal in the city, were among others, Adil. They were part of a four-member terror squad that carried out the killing of civilians in the city. Officials said the terror group was involved in the killing of Kashmiri Pandit businessman Makhan Lal Bindru, school principal Supinder Kaur and teacher Deepak Chand. Security agencies have collected CCTV footage from all the locations and have succeeded in reaching out to the terror group responsible for the killing of civilians, especially minorities. Officials said Basit was roaming around the city and was accompanied by Mehran and others. Dar is said to have commanded the TRF after the death of one of the oldest faces of militancy in the Valley, Abbas Sheikh.
Sheikh, a resident of Rampur village in Kulgam, had joined the banned Hizbul Mujahideen terror outfit in the mid-90s and kept on returning to the terror group even after being arrested and released twice. He was first arrested in 2004 and released a year later. Arrested again in 2007 and spent four years in prison. After his release he was at the home for three years before going missing again in the spring of 2014. He was killed in an operation by the security forces earlier this year. Sheikh was behind the murder of Satpal Nischal, a non-Kashmiri jeweler, earlier this year. The same group could be behind the murder of Virendra Paswan, who earns his bread by selling golgappas and chaat papdi in the valley.

Srinagar. Security agencies on Tuesday identified those terrorists in connection with the killing of civilians in Srinagar this week. The attackers included 25-year-old gangster Basit Ahmed Dar, a resident of Kulgam in south Kashmir. According to officials, Dar, who had gone missing from his home in Redwani in Kulgam district in April, was under investigation earlier as he had worked with the self-styled godman of The Resistance Front (TRF), Abbas Shaikh.

According to officials, Dar and his three other accomplices, including a youth in their 20s and Mehran Shala, a resident of Nawa Kadal in the city, were among others, Adil. They were part of a four-member terror squad that carried out the killing of civilians in the city. Officials said the terror group was involved in the killing of Kashmiri Pandit businessman Makhan Lal Bindru, school principal Supinder Kaur and teacher Deepak Chand. Security agencies have collected CCTV footage from all the locations and have succeeded in reaching out to the terror group responsible for the killing of civilians, especially minorities. Officials said Basit was roaming around the city and was accompanied by Mehran and others. Dar is said to have commanded the TRF after the death of one of the oldest faces of militancy in the Valley, Abbas Sheikh.

Sheikh, a resident of Rampur village in Kulgam, had joined the banned Hizbul Mujahideen terror outfit in the mid-90s and kept on returning to the terror group even after being arrested and released twice. He was first arrested in 2004 and released a year later. Arrested again in 2007 and spent four years in prison. After his release he was at the home for three years before going missing again in the spring of 2014. He was killed in an operation by the security forces earlier this year. Sheikh was behind the murder of Satpal Nischal, a non-Kashmiri jeweler, earlier this year. The same group could be behind the murder of Virendra Paswan, who earns his bread by selling golgappas and chaat papdi in the valley.