Pulwama Attack Accused among Students Joining Terror Groups, Shopian School Under Radar of Agencies | Religious schools became a source of recruitment for terrorist organizations; 13 students became terrorists, including Sajjad involved in Pulwama attack » India News
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Pulwama Attack Accused among Students Joining Terror Groups, Shopian School Under Radar of Agencies | Religious schools became a source of recruitment for terrorist organizations; 13 students became terrorists, including Sajjad involved in Pulwama attack

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According to the intelligence agency report, religious schools have become the breeding ground for recruitment in terrorist organizations. (File photo)

  • Many students of UP, Kerala and Telangana were also admitted in this school, after the removal of Article 370, the number of such students was reduced to zero.
  • Intelligence agencies made a list of students who have become terrorists, who are studying in this school or have passed.

A religious school in Shopian district of South Kashmir has come on the radar of security agencies. This school has become a means of recruitment in terrorist organizations. Intelligence agencies have detected 13 such students and alumni joining some terror group. Terrorist Sajjad Bhat is also named among these students. He was involved in an attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama in February last year.

40 CRPF personnel were killed in the Pulwama attack. According to officials, most of the students and alumni of Kulgam, Pulwama and Anantnag districts of South Kashmir studying in this school are included in their camp. Many students from Uttar Pradesh, Kerala and Telangana also took admission in this school, but after the end of article 370 last year, the number of such students fell to zero.

List of 13 students mostly from Shopian and Pulwama
According to sources, after the name of terrorist Sajjad Bhat, investigation started in this case. 13 such students or alumni are named in this list. There are hundreds of over ground workers (OGWS) who are students or alumni of this institute. They help all terrorist organizations.

Recently, a young man from Baramulla went missing while returning to school from his home after a holiday. It was later revealed that he had joined terrorist groups. According to the report, most of these 13 terrorists are from Shopian and Pulwama.

These big terrorists also from this school
Zubair Nengru, the so-called commander of the al-Badr terrorist organization banned in August this year, was also from this school. Also included are Hizbul Mujahideen militants Nazim Nazir Dar and Aijaz Ahmad Paul, who were killed by security forces in an encounter on August 4 in Shopian.

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