Srinagar: Terrorists have been wreaking havoc on the lives of the common man in Pakistan, but it seems that even terrorists are no longer safe in this country. Bashir Ahmed Peer alias Imtiaz Alam, the self-styled commander of terrorist organization Hizbul Mujahideen, was shot dead by unidentified assailants in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, according to information provided by Indian intelligence officials. Intelligence officials told in Srinagar that Peer, a resident of Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir, was living in Pakistan for more than 15 years.
Pir standing outside the shop was fired with bullets
According to Pakistani media reports, Peer alias Imtiyaz Alam was shot from close range by assailants outside a shop in Rawalpindi on Monday. Pir in Jammu and Kashmir through the Line of Control terrorists Was involved in the activities of sending Peer was declared a terrorist by the Center on October 4 last year under the UAPA for his role in terrorist activities. Peer was associated with several online propaganda groups to mobilize ex-terrorists and others to expand the activities of Hizbul Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Taiba and other terrorist organisations.
Pir used to instigate the youth of the valley
According to reports, Peer was rushed to a nearby hospital after being shot, where doctors declared him brought dead. He used to instigate the youth in the valley in the name of implementation of Sharia. Apart from this, he was also engaged in inciting terrorist activities in PoK. It is also being said in some media reports that Pir is the latest victim of gang war between terrorist groups of Pakistan. Even before this, many terrorists have died in this kind of gang war.