On Wednesday, in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama, three terrorists were encountered by the security forces. It has been believed that these three were a part of the Jaish-e-Mohammad the group as said by the police officers in the second encounter of the district in the last 24 hours.
The director-general of police, Dilbag Singh said that the three Jaish terrorists were killed in the encounter and their identities are to be worked out on to. It has been perceived by the officials that one of these is a top commander of the group and was active in the southern part of Kashmir.
It was a joint operation in the coordination of the Rashtriya rifle of the Indian Army, the CRPF and the state police of the Kangan Murran village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama.
The police officials are not revealing the identity of the attackers and it has been stated that only the family members will be allowed to perform the last rites as they have been buried away from the native village area.
It was on Tuesday that two terrorists were gunned down by the police and security forces in the Tral area of Pulwama.the terrorist were said to be locals of the area. The fight began after the search operation under the joint forces of the state police and the army in the Saimoh village area. Two AK-47 assault rifles have been found at the encounter site.
In Nowshera area of Rajouri district, three terrorists were killed along the line of control. They were found to be heavily armed and were trying to get into India but intercepted by alert troop near the Kalal village area as told by the officials. The incident took place on Monday.