Missing Kashmiri student joins Islamic State

Published By ITCT News Desk On : November 2, 2018
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Jammu & Kashmir: A Kashmiri student who went missing last month from New Delhi, has purportedly joined the Islamic State affiliate in Kashmir known as ISJK. Ehtisham Bilal, who was enrolled at Greater Noida’s Shardha University, was missing since 28 October.

On Friday his purported audio along with a picture surfaced on social media where in pledges allegiance to Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi and the Islamic State group in Jammu & Kashmir.

In the audio, Ehtisham, whose new name given by ISJK is Abu Muhammad Al-Inghamasi, diassociated himself from all other armed and political groups in Kashmir.

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