Hizbul terrorist arrested from B'luru; Karnataka authorities on high alert

10:37 AM Jun 07, 2022 | Team Udayavani |

Bengaluru: A Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist, who had been living in disguise for the past two years in the city has been arrested.


The arrested terrorist has been identified as Talib Hussain, one of the key persons in Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist outfit.

Following the arrest of the terrorist the authorities are on high alert.

According to sources, the operation was jointly conducted by the Rashtriya Rifles (RR) and the Central Armed Reserve Police Force (CRPF) platoons with the help of local Bengaluru Police.

The operation was carried out on June 3 and the incident has come to light lately. The terrorist was hiding in Bengaluru for the past two years.


The matter has been confirmed to the media by the Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police Dilbag Singh.

Sources said Talib Hussain belongs to Kishtwar district of Nagaseni Tehsil. He joined the terror outfit in 2016, and has two wives and five children.

Talib used to brainwash youths and used to target the Hindus in Jammu and Kashmir valley. He is also involved in many incidents of bomb explosions. When the armed forces intensified their hunt for him, he escaped to Bengaluru.

He came to Bengaluru with one of his wives and children. He ran an auto and led life as a normal man. The armed forces, who were trying to nab him, managed to gather inputs about Talib Hussain being in Bengaluru.

The armed forces special team had met the police commissioner of Bengaluru in this regard last week. The local police kept a watch on his movements and informed the forces.

The neighbours were shocked to know that he was a terrorist after the arrest. The terrorist led a quiet life here like a normal person. It can be recalled that the killers of former Prime Minister Late Rajiv Gandhi belonging to LTTE, had also taken shelter in Bengaluru.

(With IANS inputs)


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