Kashmiri soldier comes home on leave, joins Hizbul Mujahideen

Indian Army soldier from Kashmir's Shopian has joined Hizbul Mujahideen say reports

Missing south Kashmir Army man joins Hizb

A soldier on leave had gone missing earlier this month in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district has joined terrorist ranks, police said on Monday.

Mir, who was posted in the Army's Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry unit, reportedly joined the militant group on Sunday, PTI quoted unidentified police officers as saying. The matter was highlighted after a photograph of the missing soldier with a rifle, went viral on social media.

His father, Mohammed Sultan Mir, approached the police station this morning and reported that his son had been missing.

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Two policemen from south Kashmir, Ishfaq Ahmad Dar and Syed Naveed also joined militants.

The rebel soldier, Idrees Mir, had went missing a couple of weeks ago, with his last location being traced in Shopian.

Shahid was arrested by the NIA in October past year after he was found receiving and collecting funds through global wire money transfer from Saudi Arabia-based Hizbul Mujahideen member Aijaz Ahmed Bhat.

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His call records and other activities were being probed by the police to ascertain whether he was in touch with any anti-national elements, they said.

The Army maintained that Mir is "missing" and it had no confirmation about his joining the terror outfit. The Jammu and Kashmir police official said that the jawan had joined the terror group on Sunday. However, Army sources confirmed that Mir was working with JAKLI in Jharkhand. Both were shifted to Srinagar hospital for treatment.

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