Srinagar Hospital Attack: Escaped Militant Has Reached Safe Destination, Says Hizbul Mujahideen

Srinagar Hospital Attack: Escaped Militant Has Reached Safe Destination, Says Hizbul Mujahideen

Srinagar Hospital Attack: Escaped Militant Has Reached Safe Destination, Says Hizbul Mujahideen

"The officer shall remain attached with the Director General of Police, prisons, till further orders", he said. The crackdown was stopped after the terrorists outside attacked a jail official's house in Chadoura, Budgam, set his vehicles on fire and threatened his family members to kill him if he continued to commit "atrocities" on the prisoners in his jail.

The "conspiracy" to free Muhammad Naveed Jutt, alias Abu Hanzala, was hatched inside Srinagar Central Jail about four months before it was executed outside the OPD of a Srinagar hospital on February 6. If Naveed would have killed one or two people in his efforts to escape, it would be nothing for them. He said it was being thoroughly investigated how one of the key actors of the escape drama, Tika Khan of Pulwama, and his associates had been frequently visited Srinagar Central Jail and how the information about Abu Hanzalla's movement to the hospital had been leaked to the terrorists. "We are looking for them and, hopefully, after smashing their network we will lay our hands on them and neutralise them", Khan said. "Immediately after the incident a SIT was constituted to inspect all the aspects of this escape", he added. "During the raids the police apprehended two militants, Shakeel Ahmad Bhat and Tika Khan, OGWs Syed Tajamul, and Mohammad Shafi Wani".

"On the day of the incident, all the accused, as per the plan, moved towards the hospital and took their respective positions, waiting for the arrival of Naveed", he said.

There were also phone calls exchanged between Naveed and the rest of the gang from the Central Jail, he said.

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We are not terrorists. A fifth key suspect has also been identified. "That is why they were desperate".

Responding to question about the viral photograph of escaped militant, Munir Khan said: "I don't look at these pictures because this case requires professional investigation". Giving details of the day, Khan said that the militants approached the scene on a motorcycle and a auto, which have been recovered and seized.

On Wednesday, a voice message was circulated on social media, purportedly by Hizb-ul-Mujahideen commander Riyaz Naikoo, in which he is heard saying that "two of its men who were sent on a mission to free Naveed, were safely back".

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