Security agencies saved HM Chief’s son in Pampore Attack

Security agencies saved HM Chief’s son in Pampore Attack

Srinagar, February 25: Reports have come in that from among the 100 people rescued by security forces after three terrorists attacked the Entrepreneurship Development Institute complex in Pampore last week, one of them was the son of the chief of terror group Hizbul Mujahideen.

The man was identified as Mueen who is one of the three sons of Syed Salahuddin known as the chief of the terror group Hizbul Mujahideen.

Mueen works as IT manager in the EDI office and is believed to have no terror links. Though he was questioned after the attack where he said that he has distanced himself from father, Syed Salahuddin, who is now 70 and is based in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. His father is accused of launching the most number of attacks against security forces in Jammu and Kashmir and alleged of running the United Jihad Council, an umbrella of terror outfits.

All of Salauddin’s sons have distanced themselves from their father’s activities. From among his other sons one is a doctor and other is a medical assistant.

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