Jammu and Kashmir: Days after the encounter between alleged Jaish militants and security forces at a CRPF training centre in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district, family of slain minor militant Kashmiri militant Fardeen Ahmad is hard to believe on his involvement in the suicide attack.
16-year-old Fardeen allegedly led the suicide attack on a CRPF camp in Lethpora on Sunday, killing five jawans.
According to a news published in the Hindustan Times, mother of twins Fardeen and Faizan unable to recall any of such incident where he expresses his intention to be a suicide bomber. In fact she claimed that Fardeen Ahmad was a good student and never used to miss a class.
Faizan, the twin brother of Fardeen appeared class 10 exams, a month after Fardeen left home says, that “I used to be with him throughout the day but there was no indication what so ever about his inclination towards militancy,” Hindustan Times quoted.
However, the mother admits that Fardeen was concerned about the violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
Meanwhile a video of Fardeen Ahmad has surfaced in which he has claimed the outfit will carry out more such attacks.
Sitting amidst weapons and explosives, Fardeen is seen making the threat who is believed to have joined militant ranks a few months ago and it came to light when his family lodged a missing report with local police in September this year.
Siasat Web Team