Hizb operative involved in killing of J&K sub inspector arrested
New Delhi: An operative of terrorist organization Hizb-ul-Mujahideen who was wanted in the murder of Intelligence Officer (CID) of J&K Police has been arrested by Special Cell of Delhi Police from IGI Airport on Tuesday. The investigating agency claimed that the accused was a political worker and later, on the motivation of one local militant he came in contact with militant organization Hizb-ul-Mujahideen.
Police identified the accused as Ansar Ul Haqe, a native of Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir. The arrest was made on the basis of an information and the team searched the accused Haqe in different possible hideouts in and around Delhi. In the meanwhile, it came to notice that the accused is changing his hideouts and has shifted to Mumbai and thereafter to Bangalore and other nearby areas. "On the basis of specific information, a trap was laid at IGI Airport and in the early morning accused Ansar Ul Haqe was apprehended at T3 terminal of IGI Airport," police said in Press statement.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Mandeep Singh Randhawa claimed that on October 28, 2018, a bullet-ridden body of a 30-year-old intelligence officer Sub Inspector Imtiyaz Ahmad Mir was found in Chewa Kalan area, Pulwama District in Jammu and Kashmir. SI Imtiyaz Ahmad Mir, a resident of Pulwama, working with the CID Department was travelling in his car on his way home, was reportedly abducted by terrorists and killed.
He further claimed that accused Ansar Ul Haqe is a post graduate in English and was recently married on August 3. He was in regular contact with other HM Militants namely Liyakat, Shau Cable, Shahid Ahmad Baba, Zahid Tiger, Zahur. He used to pass information to the militants about the movements of security forces and local police officers.