Week after joining LeT, Anantnag footballer surrenders before army 

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By Fast Kashmir on 17/11/2017.

Srinagar,  Nov 17: A week after he announced on Facebook his joining the militant rank, a young man from Anantnag town, a promising footballer, surrendered before army along with the weapon in south Kashmir. 

Official sources told GNS that Majid Arshid Khan, who was seen brandishing a rifle on the social media, surrendered before 1st RR last Thursday night. 


 Locals said that Majid when not playing for the local football team used to work for a charity in the area.

As per police, Majid had made contact with overground militant workers and joined Lashkar-e-Toiba. 

 He also showed up with an AK-47 at the funeral of a militant who was killed in an encounter in Khund.

 The surrender follows a video of Majid’s mother Asyia crying, asking him to return home. 

The video had gone viral. Later his friends joined the chorus with one of them writing on his Facebook: “Please come back Majid Soba…

 We love you… Your parents, friends and relatives are waiting for you. We will support you… Please come back. (GNS)