Jammu and Kashmir- Security forces killed three terrorists during a meeting in Sopore, Jammu and Kashmir. Terrorists killed in the meeting include the top Lashkar commander, Mudasir Pandit, and two other terrorists. Mudasir Pandit was recently implicated in the murder of three policemen, two advisers and two civilians.
New Delhi: Three terrorists were killed in a clash between security forces in Sopore, Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu and Kashmir police said security forces achieved the success after the meeting which began in the village of Tantrapora Brath on Sunday evening. Terrorists killed in the meeting include the top Lashkar commander, Mudasir Pandit, and two other terrorists.
Kashmiri Police Chief (IG) Vijay Kumar, who killed three terrorists in the ongoing encounter since yesterday, said Mudasir Pandit was involved in the recent murder of three policemen, two advisers and two civilians in addition to several other crimes related to terrorism.
A joint operation was carried out by the army, the police and the CRPF. For the
in recent days, joint teams of the Army, Jammu and Kashmir Police and Central Reserve Police (CRPF) jointly in the Sopore region after the terrorist attack on police in Sopore on June 12 were leading the campaign. Two policemen and two civilians were killed in this attack.
Mudasir Pandit, who was involved in the attack on police officers on June 12, blamed
Lashkar-e-Taiba for the attack. After that, Vijay Kumar had a meeting with senior army and CRPF officers in Sopore and said that Mudasir Pandit was among two local terrorists involved in the attack on police officers on June 12.
A reward of 10 lakhs was announced on
police had put up posters throughout Sopore town about the war of Fayaz Ahmed and Mudasir Pandit, residents of Sopore, during the attack. In addition to photos of these two, the award was also announced. The police had announced a reward of 10 lakh each on Mudasir and Fayaz.