LeT militant killed in Bandipore
30 May 2007
The Daily Excelsior
Srinagar: While a Pakistani militant of Lashkar-e-Toiba has died in an encounter with security forces in Bandipore area, Police in Kupwara has arrested a militant who had returned to home from PoK after 11 years. Informed sources said that a Pakistani militant of Lashkar-e- Toiba, namely Sulaiman S-o Haakim-ud-din, got killed by troops of RR 14 Bn when he landed in an ambush at Shogbaba Sahib in Bandipore early in the morning today. Sources said that Police in Kupwara arrested one Riyaz Ahmed Khan S-o Sonaullah R-o Helmatpora, who had returned to his home from a training camp in PoK after 11 years. Sources said that after working at a training camp for several years, Khan managed to get a Pakistani Passport and crossed back into the state via Waga Post. He had reached his home on May 28. Family sources, however, insisted that Khan had returned on a Pakistani passport and Indian visa and later surrendered himself voluntarily before Police.