Four Terrorists Killed, In An Encounter With Security Forces

Four terrorists killed, in an encounter with Security forces in J&K’s Shopian, 9 out of 24 Hours. Security forces propelled a cordon-and-search activity in the Pinjora zone of Shopian, in South Kashmir, early today in the wake of getting explicit data about the presence of terrorists in the zone, a police official said.

Four Terrorists have killed in an encounter with the security forces that broke out on Monday morning in the Shopian area of Jammu and Kashmir, police said.

The security forces propelled a cordon and search operation in the Pinjora village of the area in South Kashmir at the beginning of today subsequent to accepting data about the presence of terrorists there, a police official said.

He said the operation transformed into an encounter after the terrorists started firing at the personnel of a hunting party, who fought back. In the exchange of fire, four terrorists were killed.

Police have not uncovered the identity of the killed terrorists or their Terror Organization alliance as a feature of another approach to keeping youths from joining terrorist ranks.

This is the second encounter in the Shopian area in the previous 24 hours. Five Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists, including a so-called leader, were killed in a gunfight with security forces in the locale’s Reban territory on Sunday.

Meanwhile, a Military jawan has disappeared in North Kashmir’s Baramulla locale and a chase has been propelled to follow him. Police have held up a missing report after the Armed force informed them about the missing regarding a jawan.

The Auxiliary of 5 Jatt reported at Police Post Boniyar region of Uri in Baramulla locale yesterday and informed that a Military jawan has disappeared and isn’t detectable since Friday. The missing jawan who hails from Uttar Pradesh is 25 years of age and was most recently seen close to TCP Challa.

“Aide, a military official going about as a clerical specialist to a senior official recorded a missing report and we enlisted the equivalent. In the wake of viewing the CCTV footage, it was noticeable that before leaving he left his service rifle and individual mobile phone behind”, a police official said.

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