Dear @ABPNewstv, Hizbul terrorist Sabzar Ahmad can’t die twice. Do Prove you are wrong in your Program #ViralSach 🙂 The one you used is not his.
The news although is good and true but that photo is wrong. The image is from July 2015, Two years old
ABP News wrong Photo Tweet – https://twitter.com/abpnewstv/status/868377817674694656
If you can’t get hold of actual photos do write “only for representation”
The way ABP News used the photo, people can only comprehend that it’s really Hijbul terrorist Sabzar killed today
Truth: July 2015 Punjab – Three terrorists were shot dead 11 hours after they stormed a police station in Punjab’s Gurdaspur district and fought an intense gunbattle with security forces on Monday. Police personnel present at the spot said firing from the building the attackers were holed up in had stopped.
Six people, including a senior police officer, two home guards personnel and three civilians, were killed in the attack. Police officials said that exact details of the number of terrorists killed would emerge only after the combing operation by the Punjab Police and other security agencies ended.
Read Today’s news in TOI –
NEW DELHI: Security forces on Saturday killed Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Sabzar Ahmad+ , who was said to be the slain separatist Burhan Wani‘s successor.
According to police sources, Ahmad, alias Abu Zarar, was killed in an encounter in Tral in Pulwama, after he was trapped inside a house in a cordon created by security forces. Two other terrorists, one of them a Pakistani, were trapped with him. There are no details on them.
Based on specific inputs by military intelligence, the 42 Rashtriya Rifles and the Jammu and Kashmir police+ launched cordon and search operations in Saimuh near Hardumir, Tral in Pulwama district at around 7:30 pm on Friday. The security forces were then fired upon while placing the cordon at around 9:15pm. Since Saturday morning, security forces and the terrorists had been exchanging heavy fire.
Search operations are still underway as of Saturday afternoon.
Meanwhile, police sources told TOI that while the encounter was going on, stone-pelters were sending audio messages via WhatsApp urging people to come to Ahmad’s aid and to spread the message about the encounter.
“Loudspeakers were also used in some areas of Tral to reach Saimoh to help the terrorists,” sources added.
Sources told TOI that Ahmad recently visited Srinagar, very likely to meet Hurriyat leaders, to attempt to strike a truce with them following their spat with erstwhile Hizb leader Zakir Musa. Sources said Sabzar and Musa were rivals.
Proofs of Photo being from July 2015
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