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Jammu and Kashmir Encounter Results In Death Of 3 Jaish Terrorists



In two separate operations in Kulgam over the past 24 hours, security forces in Jammu and Kashmir killed three Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorists, one of whom was from Pakistan.
The Ahwatoo neighborhood of Kulgam is home to terrorists, according to information provided to J-K Police. Police, the Army, and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jointly started a cordon-and-search operation in the region.

The concealed terrorists opened fire on the security forces randomly as the joint search group neared the suspected location during the search operation. The security forces efficiently replied, resulting in a confrontation.

Two local terrorists were reportedly slain in the encounter, according to the authorities. Mohammad Shafi Ganie of Batpora and Mohammad Asif Wani alias Yawar of Takia Gopalpora were named as the individuals.According to police records, both of the terrorists who were slain fulfilled the definition of a terrorist and had ties to the outlawed terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM). According to the authorities, both terrorists were involved in a number of terror-related crimes, including assaults on security and law enforcement personnel as well as crimes against civilians.

Following information that there were terrorists in the region, J-K Police, the Army, and the CRPF began a joint cordon-and-search operation in the Kulgam village of Batpora earlier on Monday.

The concealing terrorist targeted both the civilians and the combined team during the search operation as they neared the suspected location in an effort to flee. An Army soldier and two civilians were shot, despite the fact that the civilians were moved to a safer location. They were transferred right away to the hospital for medical attention. A Pakistani terrorist named Abu Hurarah who was associated with the banned terror group JeM was murdered in the ensuing encounter.

According to Vijay Kumar, Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Kashmir, the Pakistani terrorist was also active in recruiting local youths into the ranks of the terrorist organization in addition to committing many acts of terrorism.

Both of the locations of the contacts yielded incriminating objects, weapons, and ammunition, including an AK-56, two AK-47, a handgun, a grenade, four magazines, and a pistol magazine. For further examination, all of the collected materials have been added to the case files.

In this regard, cases under the pertinent legal provisions have been filed in the appropriate police stations, and inquiries have begun.


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