jammu kashmir 11 terrorists killed in eight encounters ig says after recent civilian killings they had run away to South Kashmir


    The elimination of terrorists continues in Jammu and Kashmir. On Friday, Inspector-General of Police, Kashmir, Vijay Kumar said that 11 terrorists have been killed in 8 encounters. Talking to the media, he said that after the killings of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir in recent days, security forces have conducted 8 encounters. In these 11 terrorists have been killed. The IG admitted that the responsibilities of the police and security forces have increased since the recent killings of civilians.

    According to the IG, many terrorists went to South Kashmir Bagh in recent days after shedding the blood of civilians. One of them has been killed in Shopian. Revealing the identity of the terrorist killed in Bemina, the IG said that his name is Tanzeel. The IG said, “He was a local terrorist and was associated with the banned terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba.

    According to the IG, he was given an opportunity to surrender during the encounter but he started firing on the police, after which he was killed in retaliation by the police. The IG said that three terrorists involved in the Bemina and Pulwama encounters have escaped and search is on.

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    An encounter broke out between security forces and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bemina area on Friday. One of the terrorists was killed. According to the information, the terrorist killed was the killer of Sub-Inspector Arshid Ahmed Mir. The sub-inspector lost his life in a terrorist attack in Srinagar on Sunday.

    On Friday itself, another encounter took place between security forces and terrorists in Wahibagh area of ​​Pulwama district. One terrorist was killed in this encounter. This terrorist was also recently accused of being involved in the murder of a civilian. The terrorist has been identified as Shahid Bashir Sheikh. It is being told that Shahid was a resident of Srinagar. Shaheed was involved in the murder of a commoner on 2 October.

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