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Hizbul commander killed in Jammu and Kashmir, police said - Doda district becomes terror free

Three terrorists have been killed by security forces in Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir this morning.  The encounter started in Kulchohar area of ​​Anantnag after input from the police.  Among the slain terrorists are two Lashkar …




Three terrorists have been killed by security forces in Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir this morning.  The encounter started in Kulchohar area of ​​Anantnag after input from the police.  Among the slain terrorists are two Lashkar terrorists and one Hizbul commander Masood Ahmed Bhatt.  Masood was the only terrorist of Doda who was left alive.  After Masood's death, the police said that now Doda has become a terror-free area.  Many dangerous weapons including AK-47 have been found from the terrorists.  The encounter is over, at present the search operation is going on.  Please tell that the army and Jammu and Kashmir police carried out this operation.  Let me tell you that in Jammu and Kashmir, the security forces have conducted an operation to end the terror.  This month, a joint team of CRPF and Jammu and Kashmir Police has killed more than a dozen terrorists.  This operation is going on in many areas including Shopian, Avantipora.

Jammu and Kashmir Police claimed last Friday that Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists have no presence in the Tral area of ​​Pulwama district.  After the outbreak of terrorism in the Valley in 1989, it was for the first time that Tral became terror-free.  The police claimed this after three militants were killed in an overnight encounter with security forces in Cheval Ular area of ​​Tral in Pulwama district of south Kashmir.

 Explaining this, Inspector General of Police (IGP) of Kashmir Vijay Kumar said in a tweet from the official Twitter handle of Kashmir Region Police, "After today's successful campaign, there is no longer presence of Hizbul Mujahideen militants in Tral region.  This is the first time since 1989.

 A report by the US State Department on human trafficking in India said that armed groups in Jammu and Kashmir have been continuously recruiting and using teenagers as young as 14 years old to directly carry out anti-government activities.

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