BY News Desk
Nearly a week after they posted their photographs online, a group of nearly a dozen militants Monday pricked Indian security forces again by posting a video on the social networking platform Facebook.
Donning army fatigues, the militants of Hizbul Mujahideen group have been photographed carrying assault rifles in the video.
Burhan Muzaffar, the commander and poster boy of the group, can also be seen in the video along with Nisar Pandith, former constable of Jammu and Kashmir police who joined the group after running away from the residence of Jammu Kashmir Works Minister Altaf Bukhari while he was posted on guard duty there.
In the video, shot somewhere in south Kashmir orchards, the young recruits can be seen engaged in a leisurely conversation while a Jihadi song plays on a smartphone.
Analysts closely watching the situation in the Valley, feel the banned outfit was trying to engage in a “psychological warfare” by audaciously posting these pictures and videos to “break” the morale of the security agencies.