Female Jihadi Munira Begum Arrested For Supplying Arms, Terror In Kashmir
A terror network operating from Pakistan has been using Kashmiri women to assist in terrorist activities and supply weapons. This was revealed after the capture of a female jihadi named Munira Begum in Bandipora district.
Munira was responsible for delivering weapons to terrorists, which has raised concerns about the revival of terrorism in the Kashmir Valley.
Munira’s arrest was made possible by information provided by another terror operative named Shafayat Zubair Reshi.
Shafayat was arrested earlier and revealed details about Munira’s involvement in supplying arms and ammunition.
Munira is the widow of a slain terrorist and has connections with terror operatives in Pakistan. She has made multiple trips to Pakistan, showing her commitment to the cause.
Following Munira’s disclosure, a search was conducted in a nearby forest area where a hidden cache of weapons was found. This included an AK-47 rifle, magazines, ammunition, and a concealed pen pistol.
These weapons were intended for Shafayat Zubair Rishi, who has affiliations with terrorist groups like Hizbul Mujahideen and Al-Badr. Shafayat has been involved in previous terror attacks, including an IED blast and setting ablaze an army vehicle.
Investigations have also revealed that Shafayat was in contact with a dreaded terrorist named Mushtaq Ahmad Mir, who is operating from Pakistan.
Mir has been involved in reviving terror activities in the region. Shafayat admitted to receiving a large sum of money to support terrorism in Kashmir.
The authorities are taking legal action and continuing their investigation to uncover more details about this terror network.
The use of Kashmiri women in terrorist activities and the supply of weapons is a concerning development that highlights the strategic tactics employed by these terrorists.