You know the man behind Pulwama Terrorist Attack in Jammu and Kashmir? This is what You Need To Know.
It was a dark day for India on 14th February as the world saw one of most exceedingly bad and most alarming assaults in recent history. Terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed did a strategically arranged strike, as they bombed a 78 vehicle escort conveying CRPF jawans in Jammu and Kashmir‘s Pulwama region.
More than 40 CRPF solidiers have been martyred in the assault, and our prayers and condolences are with the families who lost their friends and family.
The individual in charge of the assault is Adil Ahmad Dar, a 22 year old person, who lived just about 10 kilometers from the site of the assault. As indicated by reports, he was a newbie to militancy.
The Jammu and Kashmir police have expressed that the boy had joined the Jaish-e-Mohammed when he was simply in the 11th Standard, and that he was a fanatic radical.
He had been on their radar for a long while for having being engaged with other foundation by the psychological oppressor aggregate which included stone pelting.
Adil was apparently also known as Adil Ahmad Gaadi Takranewala, and had joined militancy just a year ago. Already, he used to work in the sawmills.
His family had started a search for him after he disappeared. But, they in the end surrendered when photos of him holding AK 47s started coursing via social media.
Immediately after the assault(attack), Jaish-e-Mohammed guaranteed obligation and a video surfaced online where Adil can be seen wearing strategic rigging, saying that he had waited for this minute all year.
He says that by the time the video would come out, he would already be in heaven and that his name would be written in golden letters for being the true propagator of Islam.
Adil, who was driving a Mahindra Scorpio stuffed with 350 kg explosives, smashed into the convoy carrying CRPF soliders, where atleast one vehicle was gravely hit.
In his video, Adil also warns that the IED attack was only the beginning, and that there was more to come.