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Jammu and Kashmir Police officer Imtiyaz Hussain claims his life being under threat after he exposed Pro-Pak Islamists and ‘journalists’

Imtiyaz Hussain, in a series of posts on micro-blogging site Twitter, expressed his situation and said that certain people in the media was against him and alleged a probable life threat for his outspokenness.

Imtiyaz Hussain, a senior police officer of Jammu and Kashmir Police posted in Baramulla has claimed that his life is under threat for speaking the truth and accused certain section of journalists backed by the pro-Pak Islamists of “building an environment” to get him killed.

Imtiyaz Hussain, in a series of tweets on micro-blogging site Twitter, explained his situation and said that certain people in the media was against him and alleged a probable threat to his life for his outspokenness.

The police officer claimed that slain journalist Shujaat Bukhari had confided with him about some media guys spreading canards against and creating a conducive atmosphere against him and creating a conducive atmosphere for his murder.

“There are some well-known people hyperactive on Facebook and Twitter who are building an environment to get me killed. These people claiming to be journalists aren’t apparently working with any media house,” Hussain tweeted.

“Having never been afraid of death, and it would be an honour to get sacrificed in the line of duty, the perception being created against me is slanderous. I am among very few police officers who are active on social media, and being forthright, calling a spade a spade,” Hussain said in a series of tweets.

Shockingly, he further added that it was increasingly becoming intolerable to a certain section of people and “their bosses across”, who have employed these journalists to target me. “They want to silence me on social media. They are the same people who have built a case for Shujat Bukhari’s killing,” revealed police officer Imtiyaz Hussain.

Interestingly, the series of tweets came after senior police officer Hussain exposed some of the pro-Pak Islamists on the micro-blogging site Twitter. Recently, during the course of his argument with pro-Pak separatist Gowhar Gilani, Imtiyaz Hussain exposed the Pakistani role in the killings of Kashmiris in the valley.

He had called out Srinagar based journalist Gowhar Geelani and said that the civilian killings in the valley are sponsored by Pakistan and not by the policemen or armymen.

It seems that pro-Pak Islamists, who are now being under severe pressure, thanks to swift and efficient action by the security forces, have now resorted to unconventional warfares of ‘lone-wolf’ attacks just like they did in Pulwama or by way of attacking and intimidating brave Indian security officers with active support from the “enemy-within” the country, comprising of pro-Pak journalists, academicians, politicians and of course journalists.

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