Kashmir: 22-yr-old LeT terrorist escapes from hospital, two policemen dead

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A 22-year-old LeT terrorist flee from the supervision of jail authorities in theatrical style after his acquaintances started firing on his companions. The incident occurred when he was moved to a Srinagar hospital for a health check yesterday.

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As per the reports, Policemen Babur Ahmad Khan and Mushtaq Ahmad picketing the LeT militant lost their lives.

J&K Director General of Police S.P. Vaid stated, “6 Pakistani captives were directed to be shifted from Srinagar Central Jail to Jammu but the culprit, Mohammed Naveed Jhutt aka Abu Hunzala, received a stay order from a Kashmir court in December 2017.”

A native of Multan, Jhutt, was detained in year 2014 from Anantnag as he was indulged in the attacks of three security guards in South Kashmir. The case of attempt to murder and robbery was lodged against him.

As per senior Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) police official reports, 3 cops followed Jhutt to the Sri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital.

“Two individuals in phirans (woollen gowns) was carrying a weapon and they started gunfire. Khan lost his lives after he was hit in the chest. Ahmad was wounded and he lost his lived because of wounds,” official affirmed.

J&K High Court issued an order on November 23, 2016 that Jhutt must be wedged in a jail of Srinagar.

J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti criticized the attacking of the two cops and articulated her anguish.

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“Pained to hear that two more brave policemen lost their lives in an attack in Srinagar today. My heart goes out to their families and loved ones,” Ms. Mehbooba wrote.


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