Ex Lashkar Commander�Akram Khan�shot dead in Pakistan: Former commander of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) Akram Khan was shot dead in Pakistan on Thursday. If reports are to be believed, Akram Khan was attacked by unknown assailants in Bajaur district of Pakistan. He died in this attack.
Akram Khan headed the Lashkar recruitment cell from 2018 to 2020.
According to media reports, Akram Khan led the Lashkar recruitment cell from 2018 to 2020 and was known for giving anti-India speeches in Pakistan. He was a well-known figure of the terrorist group and was involved in extremist activities for a long time. Akram Khan is also known as Akram Ghazi. Akram used to spew venom against India.
Terrorists have been killed in Pakistan before too.
Actually, this is not the first time that terrorists have been targeted in this way in Pakistan. Even before this, many terrorists have been killed. In October this year, Pathankot attack mastermind Shahid Latif was shot dead in Pakistan. Latif was one of India’s most wanted terrorists from Pakistan’s Gujranwala city and was the handler of four terrorists who entered the Pathankot Air Force station in 2016. Earlier in September, unidentified gunmen shot dead a top Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist commander inside the Al-Qudus Mosque in Rawalakot in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. The terrorist was identified as Riyaz Ahmed alias Abu Qasim. Riyaz Ahmed had come from Kotli to offer Namaz, when he was shot in the head from close range.
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