Junaid Sehrai appears in virtual world with a Gun

Junaid Sehrai appears in virtual world with a Gun

Lindsey Duncan
March 26, 2018

Statement said the meeting also took a dig at the ruling dispensation for its anti people policies stating that "people of Kashmir have been left at the mercy of forces and those in government for petty interests are inflicting endless miseries and pain on innocent Kashmiris". "Junaid's older brother Rashid Ashraf and a friend had come and filed a missing person's report at the police station saying that after 1 pm yesterday (Friday), this boy (Junaid) was missing", Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, S P Pani told The Sunday Express. "A message posted with the picture said Junaid had joined the Hizb ul-Mujahideen (HM) militant outfit", a police officer added.

Earlier this week, Sehrai was appointed the chairman of the separatist group after Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who held the post for 15 years, made a decision to step down. Junaid Ahmad Khan, 26, son of Mohammad Ashraf Khan alias Sehrai went missing on Friday. A photo of Junaid Ashraf holding an AK 47 assault rifle and wearing an armour vest went viral on social media, the official said.

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Senior superintendent of police (SSP) Imtiyaz Ismail confirmed that they had received a missing complaint from the Sehrai family. The two have been close associates for more than last six decades. This is the first time that the son of a senior separatist leader of the stature of Sehrai has joined the militancy in Kashmir. The writing on the picture speaks of Khan, 30, an MBA graduate from Kashmir University as "joining the Hizbul Mujahideen on March 24, 2018". Even Mirwaiz Umar Farooq's brother-in-law is in the J&K government as its director of hospitality and protocol. I urge Sehrai that, since he is in command, he appeal to his son and other local boys wielding guns to return. He said Sehrai himself should take a lead in entering into a dialogue so that youth of Kashmir are saved from the path of violence.