Kashmir: Six terrorists killed in encounter
Six terrorists, including two Pakistani nationals, were killed in two separate encounters in Kashmir
There has been a sudden spurt in military operations against terrorists in South Kashmir in the last week. Six Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists, including two Pakistani nationals, were involved in two separate encounters in South Kashmir on Wednesday evening, the Jammu and Kashmir Police said. have been killed. A policeman and two jawans were also injured in both encounters. The Jammu and Kashmir Police have described this operation as a big success. Inspector General of Kashmir Police Vijay Kumar was quoted as saying, "Six terrorists of banned terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed were killed in two separate encounters. Four of the terrorists killed have been identified so far. They have been identified as two Pakistanis." And two have been identified as local terrorists. The identity of the other two terrorists is being ascertained."
After this, the second encounter took place in the Nowgam Shahabad area of Dooru of Anantnag. A policeman was injured in the first encounter. Earlier on Sunday, five terrorists were killed in three separate encounters in South Kashmir's Shopian, Pulwama, and Anantnag districts. Terrorist incidents have increased after the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, and with this, targeted killings have also increased. Terrorists have killed many such people who had gone to Kashmir for employment. The Center had told Parliament on November 30 that till November 15 this year, 40 civilians have been killed and 72 injured in terrorism-related incidents in Jammu and Kashmir. Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai gave this information in reply to a question in Lok Sabha. He also told that till November 15, 35 security forces including Jammu and Kashmir Police have been killed and 86 injured in such incidents.