An Indian army officer (R) displays a seized Pakistani currency note besides other ammunitions. A large quantity of seized arms and ammunitions belonging to Hizb-ul Mujahideen is on display.Image Credit: Reuters // Move over Al-Qaeda, the Lashkar is Here...

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An Indian army officer (R) displays a seized Pakistani currency note besides other ammunitions. A large quantity of seized arms and ammunitions belonging to Hizb-ul Mujahideen is on display.Image Credit: Reuters

Hizbul Mujahideen is currently the biggest militant group operating in Kashmir, and is widely considered by sources on both sides of the Kashmiri conflict to be the most indigenous and widely-supported militant group active in Kashmir. Salahudin is one of the persons named by India in the list it handed over to Pakistan recently.

Indian intelligence agencies claim that Salahudin is in constant contact with top officials of the ISI and has been spotted in areas around Peshawar in Pakistan. He is known to have raised funds to conduct training camps for the militants in occupied Kashmir.