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12 August 2017, 06:26 | Megan Pierce
Security forces hole up al-Qaeda's Kashmir chief Zakir Musa in Pulwama, search operation underway
Intense clashes erupted after Zakir Musa and his aide were reportedly trapped in a residential house at Noorpora, his native village in Tral on Friday evening.
According to reports, people took to streets to stage protests as the operation was launched.
The internet connection has also been suspended in the area because the police does not want anyone spreading any fake news as Musa has a huge following in the village, CNN-News18 reported. He had formerly led the Hizbul Mujahideen. The Indian armed forces had to reportedly resort to teargas shelling to disperse the protesters because they started pelting stones on the army. He had recently exited HM following a controversy over his statement that he was not confining his fight for Kashmir cause but for the Caliphate.
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The 22-year-old terrorist is a native of Norpora village, which is close to the spot where Hizbul commander Burhani Wani was killed by security forces in an encounter last year. Musa fell out with Hizbul Mujahideen on May 14, after threatening to publicly behead Hurriyat leaders, who insist that the movement is Kashmir is "political".
An another police source said, that the security forces were suspecting presence of at least three militants including Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind chief Zakir Musa.
The CASO was launched after inputs about the presence of militants affiliated with Zakir Musa group in the area.
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