Indian Army Major Rohit Shukla on Monday gunned down Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists Sameer Ahmed Bhat alias Sameer ‘Tiger’ amid an experience in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama area. The main recruiter of Hizbul Mujahideen, Sameer Tiger, was prior seen issuing a threat to same Army Major in a viral video.
The video had surfaced on social media approximately 24 hours before the encounter. Bhat in the video is heard asking that a source uncover his identity and names of the people who were working for Army. The Hizbul terrorists is likewise heard advising the man not to inform the security forces in future about their whereabouts, according to reports. Toward the finish of the video, Bhat is heard saying – “Tell Shukla (Major Rohit Shukla) that on the grounds that the lion has quit hunting, dogs feel that the entire wilderness has a place with them, if Shukla has guts then he should encounter us.”
The experience in Jammu and Kashmir’s Drabgam town is said to have been driven by Major Shukla. The Major was additionally harmed in the experience while another army man endured bullet injuries. They were cleared and transported to Srinagar’s 92 base hospital of the Army.
Major Shukla is posted in 44 Rashtriya Rifles at Shadimarg zone of Pulwama and town Drabgam falls under his unit.
Bhat met his end around 2.15 pm after security powers, following up on a tip-off that terrorists were stayed inside a house, cordoning the territory toward the beginning of the day on Monday.
Another terrorists, identified as Aaquib Mushtaq, was likewise murdered in the encounter. He had a place with Rajpora territory of Pulwama.
Bhat had hit features when in November 2017 his photo posing with an American-made gun in a plantation some place in south Kashmir had gone viral. He had developed as another notice kid for the Hizbul after the death of terrorists Burhan Wani in July 2016.
Bhat, on whom there was an bounty of Rs ten lakh, is said to have assumed a noteworthy part in the escape of Pakistani terrorists Naveed Jatt from a Srinagar hospital in February 2018.