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Terrorist opened fire on policemen present in Bagat Barjulla area of Srinagar. The incident was captured in a CCTV camera installed at a shop.
A militant opened fire on a police party on Friday afternoon in Srinagar, the capital of Jammu and Kashmir. 2 soldiers were martyred in this. The incident took place in Barjulla in Bagat area. The attack was captured in a CCTV camera installed at a shop.
The footage shows a terrorist hiding a rifle inside his clothes and firing shots at a grade grade constable Mohammad Yousuf and constable Suhail Ahmed standing in a shop. After firing, the terrorist escaped into the streets. The army has started operations in the area to search for him.
Three terrorists killed
Earlier, security forces and terrorists faced two times on Thursday night and Friday morning. Security forces surrounded the militants in Shopian late on Thursday night. Three terrorists were killed in an encounter that lasted till morning. An SPO was martyred during the encounter in Budgam. The encounter between the security forces and the militants started here at around 6 am on Friday.
Terrorists killed in connection with Al Badr
Kashmir’s IG Vijay Kumar said that the three terrorists killed in Shopian were associated with Lashkar-e-Taiba’s local outfit Al Badr. Police of Kashmir Zone said that arms and ammunition have been recovered from the encounter site in Shopian.
At the same time, SPO Mohammed Altaf became a martyr during the encounter with the terrorists in Budgam. Selection grade constable Manzoor Ahmed is injured in the operation.
Arms found hidden in forest in Jammu In the same way, there are many more.
The army started a search operation in the jungles of Reasi district after receiving arms input.
The army and police had conducted a joint operation on Thursday and recovered a large cache of weapons. These weapons were hidden in the jungles of Reasi district of Jammu. Army officials said input was received on Wednesday evening about suspicious activities in the dense forests of Makkidar in the district. Subsequently, a large quantity of weapons were recovered from the hinterlands of the Pir Panjal range.