08 February, 2018
A 22-year-old Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant escaped in dramatic style from the custody of jail officials after his associates opened fire on his escorts, when he was brought to a Srinagar hospital for a check-up on Tuesday. Naveed Jat was arrested from Kulgam during a successful anti-terror operation in 2014. "Naveed himself snatched the weapon of one of the policeman and opened fire", said a police official.
Srinagar's SSP Imtiaz Ismail Parray confirmed the escape of Hanzula.
Hunzullah escaped when the waiting terrorists fired at the police escort party outside the hospital. A manhunt was launched in the hospital area and alert was sounded across the Srinagar city but there was no trace of the attackers. As they were advancing towards hospital ward, two militants were already present near the stairs who abruptly fired on the cops.
Director General of Police Shesh Paul Vaid said that the attack appeared to be well-coordinated and it looks that the communication about Naveed's movement had gone from Central jail.
Police in a statement said that a nursing orderly of Central Jail Srinagar accompanied the prisoners.
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While the shootout triggered a chaotic situation among the patients, medical staff and visitors inside the hospital, considered one of the premier hospitals in the valley, the suspected LeT militants were believed to have fled the spot.
The second policeman who succumbed to his injuries has been identified as as Babar Ahmad R/o Bradi Shangus, Anatnag. Two of those men were killed when the fugitive's accomplices opened fire at them in the hospital's parking lot.
Condoling the death of the two policemen, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti tweeted, "Pained to hear that two more courageous policemen lost their lives in an attack in Srinagar today".
According to a police report Naveed had infiltrated into Kashmir along with seven other militants between October and November 2012 through Athmuqam-Farkian sector in northern Kupwara district. "My heart goes out to their families and loved one". The terrorists are also known to get "wazwan" (Kashmiri cuisine) in the jail.