Published: Mon, March 26, 2018
Tech | By Constance Martin

Son of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat chief joins Hizbul Mujahideen ultras

Son of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat chief joins Hizbul Mujahideen ultras

Sehrai took over the leadership of the Tehreek-e-Hurriyat, last week from Syed Ali Shah Geelani.

Junaid's picture in which he is seen brandishing an AK-47 rifle went viral on social media. The text with the image states Junaid's code name is "Amaar Bhai" and he joined the Hizbul Mujahideen, a home-grown militant outfit, on March 24, 2018. "Junaid's older brother Rashid Ashraf and a friend had come and filed a missing person's report at the police station saying that after 1 pm yesterday (Friday), this boy (Junaid) was missing", Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, S P Pani told The Sunday Express.

If the development is confirmed, it will be perhaps for the first time in three decade long insurgency that the son of a senior separatist leader, who are often accused by mainstream political parties of pushing "poor man's son" towards the path of violence, will have joined ranks with militant groups. Junaid Ahmad Khan, 26, son of Mohammad Ashraf Khan alias Sehrai went missing on Friday.

"My brother alighted from his vehicle only to tell the police officer that he had already signalled to the street vendor that he had to take a turn". Junaid has done his MBA from Kashmir University.

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Hurriyat (M) said a meeting of conglomerate chaired by senior executive council member Prof Abdul Gani Butt held at Hurriyat headquarters Rajbagh Saturday discussed the present political situation in the backdrop of changing geo-political scenario in the region.

In an interview with the Greater Kashmir, Sehrai had said that ISIS/Daesh and such ideologies will never be accepted.

"Islamic State and Al-Qaeda have nothing to do with our movement and we will never accept them", Sehrai said. "We have kept a close watch on them and will soon chart out a plan to stop them after Hurriyat elections". "Now with this development, no one can question them", the source said, adding that this development is a most risky move for Kashmir.

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