Encounter in Ganderbal in Jammu and Kashmir, a terrorist killed, a security force injured: An encounter between security forces and militants is reported in Gund area of Ganderbal district of Jammu and Kashmir. During this time a terrorist was killed, while a security force has been injured according to news agency PTI. Earlier, Kashmir Zone Police tweeted on Tuesday morning and informed about the encounter. Kashmir zone police tweeted on Tuesday morning, ‘Encounter has started in Gund, Ganderbal’.
According to the information, the security forces received information about the hideout of the terrorists in Gund area. The security forces then conducted a search operation. During this, the terrorists opened fire on the security forces. The encounter is currently underway.
A terrorist was pakistani
Explain that two terrorists of the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba were killed in an encounter by security forces in Bandipora on Monday. Weapons and ammunition were recovered from him. Kashmir IGP SP Pani said that no damage was done in this operation. Two terrorists were killed. He was related to Lashkar-e-Taiba. One terrorist has been identified as Abu Talha who was a Pakistani. The identity of another terrorist could not be identified.
Large amount of weapon damage
Earlier, Kashmir zone police said, ‘One of the terrorists was identified as Talhaa who was Pakistani. He was working as the commander of the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). He was involved in terrorist crimes. A large amount of weapons were fired from both the terrorists.
A terrorist was killed on sunday
The security forces launched a search operation on Sunday after specific information about the presence of some terrorists. During this period, a militant was shot dead by security forces in Ladadara village, about 55 km from Srinagar.
A few weeks ago Zakir was succeeded by Musa.
This encounter was jointly run by the police and the army. A few weeks ago, three militants were piled on by security forces in an encounter in Avantipora, including Al Qaeda commander Ansar Gajawat-ul Hind and Zakir Musa’s successor Abdul Hameed Lakhari. In June this year, Lalahari was appointed as the new commander of Gajwat-ul-Hind.