Can a Ex-Hindu who converted to Islam be called a HINDU MILITANT ?

published on November 7, 2011

Key accused in high court blast reported to a Hindu militant

Key fugitive conspirators — Junaid Akram Malik, Shakir Hussain Sheikh alias Chota Hafiz and Arif Kamal — in the Delhi High Court blast case used to report to a Hindu militant, Subhas Kumar Shan, of terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) till July this year, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) investigators have learnt.

Subash Kumar Shan alias Qamran alias Wasif was the first Hindu divisional HM commander for Kishtwar in Jammu and Kashmir.

He was killed in an encounter with security forces in Marwah area in July. He was the son of Jeevan Lal Shan, an
ex-serviceman.

According to sources, besides Subhash, two other HM commanders — Rizwan and Jahangir — were also active in Kishtwar area. Rizwan and Jahangir are yet to be apprehended.

“Subhash was active since 2001. It is suspected that he joined militancy due to his affair with a Muslim girl.

Full Report at
http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/Key-accused-in-high-court-blast-reported-to-a-Hindu-militant/Article1-764536.aspx

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