Top Rebel “SUBZAR BHAT” Of HIZB Gunned down By Indian Army

File photo of Subzar

Reported by :- SAKIB DASS.

Subzar bhat alis sobi Don,who carried a reward of Rs10 lakh, was among three militants trapped by security forces in Tral area of Pulwama district. The militants had at 9pm on Friday opened fire at a patrol party of 42 Rashtriya Rifles at Hardumir. They managed to escape the spot when the forces retaliated. The trio was later cornered and a gun battle ensued that continued till early hours of Saturday.

While Bhat and another militant were killed, search operations were on for the third militant.Both Wani and Bhat belonged to the Tral area. Bhat was one of the 11 people in one of the earliest photos of Burhan Wani along with his associates. He was understood to have been the one who was appointed to replace Wani in Hizbul Mujahideen.The Director General of Jammu and Kashmir police, SP Vaid, talking to Media person on phone about the encounter said, “He is definitely there. His presence has been confirmed. But we will declare him dead only after all the operations are over.”

Ever since Burhan Wani was killed by security forces in July last year, Bhat had been heading the Hizbul Mujahudeen. The militant, also known as ‘Sab Don’, has featured in videos and photos that have been circulated by the group.Bhat, categorised as an A++ militant in Kashmir, reportedly turned to militancy after the family of a girl he loved spurned his marriage proposal and ended the relationship.

A childhood friend of Burhan Wani,the militant became an important member of the terrorist organisation when he managed to snatch a rifle from an armed forces officer during the protests that erupted when Burhan Wani elder’s brother, Khalid, was killed.

Soon after Bhat was reported killed on Saturday, stone pelting started at five different areas of Anantnag district

Now the situation is more tense.

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