26 Kashmiri youths being trained as Hijbul militants Hijbul in Tral jungles
Jammu and Kashmir news
According to the official sources of Security Agencies, 21 youths from South Kashmir and 5 from North Kashmir have recently joined the militant group Hijbul Mujahideen. The new admissions are being trained in the jungles of Tral and South Kashmir. The agencies also told that the training for Grenade attacks and firing has already begun for the fresh activists.
Also, the recent mobile tower attacks were, as suspected by the security agencies, executed by such trainees only. The police sources suggest that Hijbul has named this shadow group as Lashkar-E-Islam, which is being run under the supervision of Chief Commander Qayoom Nazarwala. Qayoom is a resident of Sopore and has been actively engaged with Hijbul for the last six years. Sources also suspect that these trainees will be troubling the Amarnath Yatra , which is scheduled to begin on June 2. After the Yatra is over, these trainees will be sent to official militant training camps in PoK for extensive training, said sources.