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Encounter underway in Shopian, 3 LeT Militants Believed to be Trapped

An encounter has started between security forces and terrorists in the Czech Choland area of ​​the Shopian district of Kashmir today, i.e., Wednesday morning. Firing continues from both sides. The local police and security forces came to know about the presence of terrorists in the area. After this, a search operation was launched in the area. During this, the terrorists had a face-off with the security forces. First of all, the security forces warned the terrorists to surrender. The terrorists ignored this warning and started firing. Firing continues from both sides. Based on preliminary information, it is being told that two to three terrorists belonging to Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist organization have been surrounded. Through loudspeakers, people living nearby have been asked to stay away from the encounter site. At present, intermittent firing is being done by the terrorists.

On October 20, two terrorists of terrorist organization TRF were killed by security forces in the Shopian district of Kashmir. TRF district commander Adil Ahmed Wani was also involved in this. Let us inform here that Adil was the same terrorist who had killed Sakir Ahmed Wani, a resident of Saharanpur Uttar Pradesh, in Pulwama in October last under Target Killing.

Dilbag Singh, Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police, says that the remaining terrorists of the count in Kashmir will not be forgiven under any circumstances. In Kashmir, terrorists counting at the behest of Pakistan are trying to spoil the atmosphere of peace. In Kashmir, ready police personnel and other security agencies will not allow this nefarious conspiracy of the enemy country to succeed.

In the Shopian district of South Kashmir, terrorists are always trying to carry out one incident. Despite this, the ready jawans of Jammu and Kashmir Police and other security agencies kill the terrorists before carrying out this nefarious conspiracy. Although many times terrorists target innocent civilians to register their presence in the area, the security forces take quick action and kill them.

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Cop escapes unhurt in militant attack

A policeman escaped unhurt in a militant attack in the Batmaloo area of Srinagar on Friday, reports said.

Sources reported that militants fired upon a police constable at about 3:15 pm in the SD Colony area.

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However, the policeman escaped unhurt. Soon after the attack, the officer said that the entire area was cordoned off and searches launched.

He said that a case has been registered and further investigations have been launched.

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Two brothers drown while extracting sand in Jhelum

Two brothers drowned while extracting stand in Jhelum river in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, reports said.

They said that brothers – Nissar Ahmad Malla and Hilal Ahmad Malla – drowned early today morning in the river while extracting sand near Jetty at Khwaja Bagh.

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The family of the duo has been called and efforts are on to retrieve their bodies, said an official.

The brothers hailed from Littarpira village of Bandipora district, he added.

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J&K: Massive CASO launched in two villages

Joint Forces launched a massive Cordon And Search Operation(CASO) in two villages of the Kulgam district in south Kashmir.

An official said that the operation on Friday was launched jointly by forces including RR of Indian Army, Jammu Kashmir Police, and CRPF following inputs about the movement of militants in the Kakran Pombay and Katrasoo areas of Kulgam.

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He said that the operation was launched following inputs about the presence of militants in these areas.

The search operations in both areas were going on when this report was being filed.

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