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Phone Call of a Militant to His Family Goes Viral.

Phone Call of Kashmiri Militant to His Family Goes Viral.

An audio recording of a militant call to his family has become viral on the social media network before being successful in avoiding an encounter in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir. 

High sources have told the Kashmir dispatch that the audio recording is from Firdous Ahmed Mir who was one of the groups of militants stranded in a cordon in Takiya-Wagam village near Government College on Saturday. 

In the encounter a soldier of a paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force was killed, who had become furious in the morning and was called after escaping from the group of militants after the exchange of gunmen with the forces. The militants were hiding in Bashir Ahmed's house, who had received bullet injuries in his thigh and were admitted to the hospital. 

Audio recording is from Mir, who is a resident of Muspana village in the district and is Hizb Ul Mujahideen militant. Sources told the Kashmir dispatch that they had called their family before the gunfight. 

On the other hand, the caller is heard to ask Mir if there was any way to avoid that for which he replied: "No, no, no." 

We were caught suddenly. We were caught unaware," he answers a question from a member of his unknown family. 

At the end of the 107-second audio clip, Mir apologizes to the caller and said before leaving the call, "Forgive me if I hurt any of you."