By sacking government employees with links to Pakistan-backed terrorists, the Jammu and Kashmir administration has dealt a big blow to terrorists in the Valley. The profiles of several of these Pakistan agents, who have poisoned the minds of an entire generation in Kashmir, are quite interesting.
Srinagar: Terrorist groups supported by Pakistan have left no stone unturned to throw Kashmir into a laboratory of radical jehadi terrorism. As a result, with the help of the hardcore terrorist group Jamaat-e-Islami and others, former terrorists have managed to become teachers and continued to expand their network.
These terrorists in the guise of teachers continued to poison the minds of the new generation and also remained the helpers of the terrorists.
The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Wednesday took another step towards putting an end to the terrorist network within government employees by sacking six of its employees for allegedly having links with terrorists and working as grassroot workers of terrorist groups. Two police constables are also among those sacked.
According to available reports, the steps were taken by the government after the constitution of a designated committee in the Union Territory to investigate and recommend cases under Article 311(2)(c) of the Constitution of India, which included six employees on terrorist links. He was suggested to be removed from government service.
Know profiles of sacked terrorist supporters
It was because of people like Abdul Hameed Wani and Liaquat Ali Kakru that the venom of terror flourished in Kashmir. Now they have been sacked from their government jobs by the Jammu and Kashmir government.
According to media reports, Abdul Hameed Wani was a district commander of the terrorist organization Allah Tigers in Anantnag before becoming a teacher. Hameed, a resident of Bijbihara, reportedly got the job of a government teacher under the influence of Jamaat-e-Islami and started teaching the lesson of terrorism to the new generation.
Despite joining government service, he continued his separatist activities. After the killing of Hizbul terrorist Burhan Wani in the year 2016, he played an important role in organizing violent anti-India rallies.
Liaquat Ali Kakru of Baramulla is also a veteran terrorist. Originally a resident of Nambala village along the LoC in Uri, Liaquat was appointed a teacher in the Education Department in 1983, but reportedly became a terrorist during 1989-90. Kakru was in school during the day, he became a Hizbul terrorist by the end of the night. In 2001, he was caught by the BSF in Srinagar.
According to media reports, two grenades, 20 explosive sticks were found from his possession. During interrogation at that time, it was revealed that he is a locally trained terrorist of Hizbul.
He got bail in this case and after sometime on 10 June 2002 he was caught near the LoC at Barnaily, Boniyar, a short distance from his house. At that time a huge cache of weapons was seized from him. These weapons came from PoK.
He also remained in jail under the Public Safety Act and was later acquitted of all charges. After that he again became active in the terrorist network. He was one of the most prominent and prominent overground workers of Hizbul Mujahideen. He was caught on April 26 this year along with another of his accomplice Asghar Mir of Baramulla. At that time also two grenades and other paraphernalia were found from him.
This time the administration has sacked them by taking strict action so that they cannot run the class of terror again.