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Another top anti-India terrorist killed by unknown gunmen in Pakistan

Notorious anti-India terrorists are being killed one by one in Pakistan. These terrorists are being murdered by unknown gunmen, whom the Pakistan police have not been able to trace till now.

Now another top terrorist Abu Qasim, who was considered close to Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) leader Hafiz Saeed, has been killed by unidentified gunmen in Pakistan.

Abu Qasim was shot dead inside a mosque in Rawalkot, Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK). The attack has raised questions about the increasing internal security challenges from terrorist organizations operating within Pakistan.


Abu Qasim was responsible for many terrorist attacks in India

Abu Qasim was responsible for several terrorist attacks in India. He was involved in several high profile attacks against Indian security forces in Jammu and Kashmir. Not only this, he used to get Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists from PoK entered into Jammu and Kashmir through launch pads.

He also arranged for the living, food and money of those terrorists. Qasim was also involved in recruiting local youths into Lashkar. He used to get money for this from Pakistan. Indian security agencies were looking for Abu Qasim for a long time.


Abu Qasim was close to LeT chief Hafiz Saeed

Hafiz Saeed, the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), considered slain terrorist Abu Qasim very trustworthy. The close ties between the two had accelerated the recruitment of terrorists within Pakistan. Hafiz Saeed often handed over the planning of terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir to Abu Qasim.

Abu Qasim lived in a very low profile in Pakistan, so that no one could identify him. Despite this, the attackers were after Abu Qasim for several days.


Top terrorists are being killed regularly in Pakistan

Terrorists are being eliminated one by one in Pakistan. Last month, on August 12, another close aide of Hafiz Saeed, Khalid Saifullah, was shot by unknown assailants. It was by pure luck that Saifullah survived that attack.

Khalid was handling the work of raising support and funds for Lashkar-e-Taiba in Pakistan for a long time. Earlier on May 30, there was news of the death of top Lashkar commander Abdul Salam Bhuttavi. Bhuttavi had trained the terrorists who carried out the 2008 Mumbai attacks. He was serving a sentence in a terror financing case in a Pakistani jail for a long time.