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Sayeed Salahudeen-
Where is this criminal and terrorist now-a-days ?
He is in england enjoying life as the royal guest of the queen.

Whom does he resemble?
Moninder Singh Pandher of Nithari Hatyakand.

You will be shocked where the children of such heinous terrorists dwell and how they procure medical and engineering seats at the behest of the Jam mu and Kash mir Governor

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Sayeed Salahudeen, Syed Salahudin, (born, Mohammed Yusuf Shah, 1946) is the head of the Hizbul Mujahideen, the most prominent Islamic armed organisation in Kashmir, that supports the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir's accession to Pakistan.

Born as the last seventh child of his parents at Soya Bug, a village in the Kashmir Valley, Mohammed Yusaf Shah initially became interested in studying medicine, but later on decided to become a civil servant. While studying Political Science at Kashmir University, he started to become influenced by the Jamaat-e-Islami, and become a member of its branch in the Kashmir Valley.

At University, he got involved in persuading Muslim women to veil themselves and also took part in processions in support of Pakistan. After University, he decided not to join the civil service, but instead he became an Islamic preacher at a Madrasa.

He is married with 7 sons. His oldest son, Shahid Yusuf, works as a teacher, while Javed Yusuf, is an agricultural technologist, who trained at the prestigious Sher-i-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology. Shah's third son Shakeel Yusuf, works as a medical assistant at Srinagar's Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences.

Wahid Yusuf, studies in Sri Maharaja Hari Singh Government Medical College, after the family's affluent contacts helped him obtain a seat through a quota controlled by the Jammu and Kashmir Governor. Momin Yusuf, the youngest of Shah's sons, studies engineering in the town of Pattan.

Political Life

In 1987, Mohammed Yusaf Shah decided to contest an election on the ticket of the Muslim United Front, a coalition of Anti-Indian political parties in Srinagar's Amirakadal district. He came second after Ghulam Mohiuddin Shah of the National Conference won the seat, amidst allegations of rigging and bogus polling. Mohammed Yusaf Shah was arrested and put in jail for agitation.

After being released in 1989, he fled to Pakistan and formed an armed militant organisation with the help of Shams-ul-Haq, Maqbool Illahi, Abdullah Bangro, Majeed Daar and others, called the Hizbul Mujahideen. He adoped the nom de guerre "Sayeed Salahudeen", named after Saladin, the 12th century Muslim political and military leader, who fought in the Crusades.

With the support of Pakistan, he crossed the Line of Control many times to fight against the Indian Army in the Kashmir Valley. Since 1995, he has been living in Pakistan. He moves frequently inside Pakistan to avoid potential Indian Commandoes capturing him.

To his supporters, he is a freedom fighter, but to his opponents, he is a murderer and a terrorist, who has killed many civilians and soldiers.

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Hizbul Mujahideen (حزب المجاھدین) (created 1989) is a group of Kashmiri militants based in Pakistan and Pakistan administered Kashmir, and active in Indian administered Kashmir. The group prefers to call themselves "freedom fighters", however India and some other countries refer to them as "terrorist". Their headquarters are located in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-controlled Kashmir. It is believed the group al-Badr, derived from Hizbul Mujahideen in early 1998 when encouraged by the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). The current leader of the group is a Kashmiri known under the alias Sayeed Salahudeen. On the 30th of November 2005 Hizbul Mujahideen was named on the European Union's terrorism list. The United States has also pronounced it as a terrorist organization. [1][2] EU member states are obliged to impose restrictive measures such as freezing of funds and assets of persons and groups named in the list. [3] Hizbul Mujahideen is currently the biggest militant group operating in Kashmir, and are widely considered by sources on both sides of the Kashmiri conflict to be the most indigenous and widely-supported militant group active in Kashmir.

Sayeed Salahudeen is at present located in Pakistan. The media often reports his whereabouts in Pakistan administered Kashmir or in Northern Punjab.

The Indian government has time and time again requested the Pakistani government for the extradition of Sayeed Salahudeen. However in recent times a well known news agency conducted an interview with the leader of Hizbul Mujahideen, where the leader claimed that the government of Pakistan would never hand him over to the Indian authorities.

Although Sayeed Salahudeen is a citizen of Pakistan administered Kashmir, he is known to have resided in towns located around important cities like Karachi and Peshawar, sources claim that this pattern is followed for two main reasons, a) Many sources claim that Hizbul Mujahideen leader maintains continuous contact with the Intelligence agency of Pakistan, ISI. These towns are used as meeting places where important information regarding Kashmir switches hands along with funding required to conduct militant training camps. b) Although the Indian parliament has not sanctioned covert operations behind enemy lines, the constant fear of a covert raid by the Indian sub-commandos (MCF), deters Sayeed Salahudeen from entering Pakistan

administered Kashmir frequently.

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Wednesday, 9 August, 2000, 10:47 GMT 11:47 UK

India 'ready' for Kashmir talks

INdian soldiers parade

The ceasefire ended with an attack on an Indian army camp

Most militant groups receive weapons and money from where?

BBC HomepageWednesday, 9 August, 2000, 10:47 GMT 11:47 UK
India 'ready' for Kashmir talks

The ceasefire ended with an attack on an Indian army camp
The Indian Government says it is still ready for talks on the disputed territory of Kashmir, despite the breakdown of a ceasefire with one of the main militant groups.

LK Advani: Blaming Pakistan

Speaking in parliament, Home Minister LK Advani said: "India will not deviate from its chosen course of talks with all those in Kashmir who eschew the path of terror and violence and our simultaneous battle against all those who continue to stick to that path."

Mr Advani also repeated India's belief that Pakistan was behind the collapse of the two-week old ceasefire by the Hizbul Mujahideen.

The group called off its ceasefire after India refused to enter three-way peace talks with the Kashmiri leadership and Pakistan.


He said the fact that Hizbul Mujahideen supreme commander Syed Salahuddin made the announcement in Islamabad could "leave no doubt in anybody's mind that it is Pakistan which has sabotaged the prospects of peace".

Sayed Salahuddin (right): Made announcement in Islamabad

Pakistan, for its part, has blamed India for the breakdown of the two-week-old ceasefire.

The Pakistani Government accused the Indian authorities of negative and transparently insincere responses, which it said had destroyed the possibility of a peace process.

The United States said it regretted the end of the ceasefire, and appealed to all sides to continue the process of peace.

Talks ' could continue'

In Kashmir, Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah said that talks were possible with groups other than the the Hizbul Mujahideen.

He said the Indian Government was in touch with a number of militants who are tired of violence.

He said he was confident some militant groups would talk with the government - although he would not identify which ones.

Shortly after the Hizbul Mujahideen announced the end of the ceasefire, members of the group attacked an army camp in Baramullah, south of Srinagar.

Police say the attack caused no casualties or damage to property.

The Hizbul Mujahideen ceasefire, and the start of talks with the government, had for the first time in a decade raised hopes of a breakthrough in the separatist fight in Indian-administered Kashmir, which has claimed more than 25,000 lives.

NEW DELHI, May 23 (PTI) — The CBI today informed the Delhi High Court it was examining certain documents recovered from the office of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and premises of one of its officials and investigation into the allegations of financial irregularities against the company was in progress.
The CBI, in its affidavit in reply to a petition by Janata Party President Subaramanian Swamy seeking direction to the CBI and the Enforcement Directorate to investigate the alleged irregularities by RIL, said “the investigation of the case is in progress.”
The investigating agency said it had recovered “two classified documents” from RIL’s office premises at Delhi and Mumbai and the residence of Reliance Telecom Chairman B.K. Syngal during a search on November 19, 1998, and the same were being “investigated impartially and free from any pressure.”
The court had issued notices to the Union Home Ministry, the CBI, ED, Registrar of Companies, Delhi Police and RIL on Swamy’s petition on February 17.
The CBI, however, denied it had recovered a floppy containing details of RIL’s deals from the Mumbai residence premises of its executive V. Balasubramanian.
“Four classified documents running into 37 pages were recovered from the office of Balasubramanian at New Delhi on October 28 by the Delhi Police Crime Branch during the investigation of a case against Romesh Sharma, the affidavit said.
On Swamy’s claim that the document recovered from the premises of Balasubramanian “posed serious and grave danger to the security of the country,” the CBI said “the documents are related to economic issues”.
“During investigation conducted so far, the role of Romesh Sharma (at present lodged in Tihar jail in judicial custody) has not figured anywhere either in procurement or distribution of the classified secret documents,” CBI said.
Since the investigation was still in progress, it was not possible to say at this stage whether any senior IAS officer holding a “sensitive” position at the Centre was responsible for “leakage” of the documents.
Meanwhile, RIL in its affidavit accused Swamy of making “reckless allegations” against it merely on the basis of newspaper ¦reports.
“Several investigations and proceedings referred in the petition have been concluded several years ago,” the RIL affidavit said, adding that no appeals were preferred against the legal proceedings.

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Strategic location of Gwadar, and possible oil lines through the region

Gwadar is located on the southwestern coast of Pakistan, close to the Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf, through which more than 13 million bbl/d of oil passes. It is strategically located between three increasingly important regions of the world: the oil-rich Middle East, heavily populated South Asia and the economically emerging and resource-rich Central Asia.The Gwadar Port is expected to generate billions of dollars in revenue and create 2 million jobs.[2] Recently Govt. of Pakistan has handed it over to PSA Singapore to execute port operation for next 25 years giving it the status of Tax Free Port for next 40 years.[3]

Gwadar is located on the Gulf of Oman close to the entrance of the Persian Gulf, about 460 kilometres west of Karachi. In 1993, Pakistan started feasibility studies for the development of a major deepwater seaport at Gwadar. The port project commenced on 22 March 2002 with the first phase completed in December 2005.
The construction of the port has spurred other major infrastructure projects in the area. This includes the 700 km Makran Coastal Highway which is now complete. The road links Karachi with several ports along the coast including Ormara, Pasni, Gwadar and will be extended to the Iranian border in the future. The highway has reduced travel time to Karachi from 48 hours to only 7 hours. Other road projects include the Gwadar-Quetta-Chaman road which is due for completion in 2006 and a roadlink to the town of Khuzdar in eastern Balochistan. There are also plans for a terminal for passenger ships.
The Gwadar deep-sea port emerges as a place of great strategic value, enhancing Pakistan's importance in the whole region, extending from the Persian Gulf through the Indian Ocean to Southeast Asia and the Far East.
Gwadar is located on the southwestern coast of Pakistan, close to the important Straits of Hormuz, through which more than 13 million bbd of oil passes. It is strategically located between three increasingly important regions of the world: the oil-rich Middle East, heavily populated South Asia and the economically emerging and resource-rich Central Asia.
The construction of the Gwadar deep-sea port is just one component of a larger development plan which includes building a network of roads connecting Gwadar with the rest of Pakistan, such as the 650 km Coastal Highway to Karachi and the Gwadar-Turbat road (188 km). This network of roads connects with China through the Indus Highway. Pakistan, China, Kazakhistan, Kyrgizstan and Uzbekistan are developing extensive road and rail links from Central Asia and the Chinese province of Xinjiang to the Arabian Sea coast.
The Pakistani Government has initiated several projects, with majority financial and technical assistance from China, to develop Gwadar's strategic location as a goods transit and trade point. The primary project is the construction of a deep-sea port at Gwadar to enable high-volume cargo movement to and from the landlocked Central Asian states. The new port will also encompass conversion facilities to allow for the movement of natural gas as a part of plans for a termination point for the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan natural gas pipeline. The secondary project is a coastal highway connecting Gwadar to Karachi, whose $200 million cost will be completely financed by the Chinese. Gwadar will serve as a port of entry for oil and gas to be transported by land to the western regions of China. China has been promised sovereign guarantees for use of the ports.[6]
The significance of Gwadar is great to both Pakistan and China. Pakistan will be able to have a strategic depth southwest from its naval base in Karachi that has long been vulnerable to blockade by the Indian Navy. There have been many reports that China, with permission from Pakistan, will also be able to dock naval ships in or around Gwadar. This has caused much concern in the United States and India, as both of these nations do not wish to see a Chinese naval presence in the Indian Ocean. China is going to be the beneficiary of Gwadar's most accessible international trade routes to the Central Asian republics and Xinjiang. By extending its East-West Railway from the Chinese border city of Kashi to Peshawar in Pakistan's northwest, Beijing can receive cargo to and from Gwadar along the shortest route, from Karachi to Peshawar. The rail network could also be used to supply oil from the Persian Gulf to Xinjiang. Pakistan's internal rail network can also provide China with rail access to Iran.

Port Operations

Port of Singapore will take over Gwadar Port by the end of January 2007 and will be fully operational by March 23,2007. Port of Singapore was the highest bidder for the Gwadar port after DP world backed out of the bidding process.Originally,Chairman of Dubai Ports World, Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, who met President Pervez Musharraf on May 5th 2006, expressed a strong hope for management of facilities at the strategic Gwadar deep sea port and development of infrastructure in the southern port city and elsewhere in Pakistan.But They took the decision not to bid after India’s National Security Council had voiced concerns about DP World’s ventures in India, alongside its Pakistani plans and Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem assured the Indians their pull-out was well considered and India need not have any security concerns.The port will now be in competition with that of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan has earmarked 3000 acres (12 km²) of land for Gwadar International Airport which will be built 26 km away to the northeast of the existing airport towards Pasni and is likely to cost between $200-250 million. The new airport will be given international status and operate under the open sky policy. In the meantime there are plans to improve facilities at the existing airport.
Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad has said,“The government is focusing on laying the Havelian-Kashghar (China) and Quetta-Kandahar (Afghanistan) railway tracks”.In 2006, Ministry of Railways announced that Gwadar will be connected to Pakistan Railways network at a cost of $ 1.25 billion (Rs. 75-billion).

Gwadar's location and history have given it a unique blend of inhabitants. The Arab influence on Gwadar is strong due to Omani rule and the close proximity of Arab regions. The presence of the Omani slave trade is felt in the town with people descended from African slaves who passed through the town. The area also has remarkable religious diversity, being home to Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Qadianis, Parsis and other minor Islamic sects. Among the most important religious sects is the Zikri sect, a faith that about half of Gwadar's inhabitants claim to follow.


The Zikris, however, do not perform the standard Islamic Hajj, but instead make pilgrimage (ziyarat) to a shrine called Koh-e-Murad (Mountain of Desire), in Persian). The shrine is located in the city of Turbat in Balochistan. They do ziyarat on the 27th night of Ramadan.

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