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Detail Of Terrorism Update

12/6/2012

Pakistan      10 persons, including six militants, killed in separate incidents in FATA
Pakistan      Five persons, including three militants, killed in separate incidents in Balochistan
Pakistan      A Prayer leader shot dead in Karachi
India      Suspected PLFI cadres kill District BJP leader in Jharkhand
India      Woman Maoist killed in encounter in Maharashtra
India      SPO found dead under mysterious circumstances in Udhampur District of Jammu and Kashmir
India      Two civilians abducted in Manipur
Pakistan      63 suspected persons arrested in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Five persons, including three Maoists, arrested in Odisha
India      SF personals rescue businessmen in Meghalaya
India      ULFA-ATF threatens to target Indian culture and economy
Nepal      NC proposes Sushil Koirala as PM
Sri Lanka      UN to set up review group on UN's actions and inactions in Sri Lanka in 2009
India      Disunity in Hmar body delaying talks says Mizoram Home Minister
Bangladesh      Bangladesh least affected by terrorism in South Asia, according to IEP report
India      Banned terrorist outfit Harkat-ul-Ansar resuming operations in Jammu and Kashmir under a new name of Jabbar-ul-Mujahideen, says sources
Pakistan      Balochistan Government ruling at its own risk, says Supreme Court
India      India deployed internet protocol cameras on Nepal border to check Pakistan-based terrorism
India      NIA offers INR 4,00,000 for information on absconding IM terrorist Abdul Subhan Qureshi alias Touqeer
India      No proof of terror funds being laundered via stock market, says Minister of States for Home Affairs, R. P. N. Singh
India      LWE building nexus with Islamic groups in West Bengal, says Minister of State for Home Affairs RPN Singh
Pakistan      Parties with militant wings behind Karachi unrest says Nawaz Sharif
Bangladesh      JeI movement won't hamper War Crimes trial, asserts Law Minister Shafique Ahmed







 
India
Banned terrorist outfit Harkat-ul-Ansar resuming operations in Jammu and Kashmir under a new name of Jabbar-ul-Mujahideen, says sources

Drawing its cadres from Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HM) the terrorist outfit Harkat-ul-Ansar (HuA) is resuming operations under a new name of Jabbar-ul-Mujahideen, reports Daily Excelsior on December 5. Sources said that the top five ‘commanders’ have already infiltrated into Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) through Samba sector (Samba District) in July this year. Shah Chand Khan is the ‘commander-in-chief’ of the outfit in J&K and Badshah Khan, Noor Mohammad, Abdul Razak and Muneer Khan are his associates. The militant outfit is said to have close links with the Haqqani Network. A meeting was held at Lahore (Pakistan) on July 10, 2012, and soon after the top commanders were ‘launched’. All the five ‘commanders’ are said to be Pakistani nationals with Abdul Razak belonging to Gujranwala (Gujranwala District in Pakistan) and Muneer Khan to Rawalakot, (Poonch District) in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).

Badshah Khan who is the main ‘commander’ after Chand Khan is brother of Sajjad Afghani, the top ‘commander’ of Harkat-ul-Mujahideen (HuM) who was killed in Kot-Balwal Jail break, Jammu, in 1999. Badshah Khan has reportedly visited his brother's grave in Jammu District and offered prayers there, soon after his infiltration.

HuA was formed by the merger of two Pakistani militant outfits, Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami and Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, and was led by Maulana Saadatullah Khan and the organization took part in Afghan war. HuA was also operating in Myanmar, Tajikistan, and Bosnia-Herzegovina. In late 1990s it was operating in Jammu and Kashmir. It was declared a terrorist organization by USA in 1997 and the group then recast as Harkat-ul-Mujahideen in 1998.

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