Soon after the deadly attack in Pulwama, the attacker’s photo and videos emerged in which he was seen saying that he would be in heaven post the attack on the Indian army.
The SUV that rammed a CRPF bus in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama, claiming the lives nearly 40 brave Indian soldiers yesterday, was driven by Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist Adil Ahmad Dar.
Adil Ahmad, also known as “Adil Ahmad Gaadi Takranewala” and “Waqas Commando of Gundibagh”, joined the Pakistan-based terror outfit last year. He was from Kakapora.
In his video, he was seen saying: “My name is Adil, I joined the Jaish e, Mohammad, a year ago. After a year’s wait, I have got the chance to do what I joined the Jaish for… By the time this video reaches you, I will be in heaven… this is my last message for the people of Kashmir,” Adil Ahmad says in the video, as part of an anti-India rant.
Adil is armed with rifles and standing in front of what appear to be Jaish-e-Mohammad banners in the video.
Condemning the deadly attack, the Indian government in a strongly-worded statement, demanded that “Pakistan stopped supporting terrorists and terror groups operating from their territory.” The center also appealed to the “international community to support the proposal to list terrorists, including Jaish-e-Mohammed Chief Masood Azhar, as a designated terrorist under the 1267 Sanctions Committee of the UN Security Council.