3 Terrorist Killed one caught with 10 grenades & 200 bullets

  • The army was already on alert after intelligence agency input killed them as terrorists tried to infiltrate
  • Budgam police reveal Jaish-e-Mohammed’s terrorist module selling drugs, 6 terrorists arrested

On Monday, three Pakistani militants trying to infiltrate along the Line of Control in the Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir were killed by the army. The army said that the trended terrorists in Pakistan were heavily armed. Currently, a search operation is under siege of the entire area.

A search operation has been going on since last week to prevent infiltration on the Line of Control. In such a situation, the army was already cautious. The terrorists killed him while trying to infiltrate.

Meanwhile, Kupwara police arrested a terrorist based on intelligence. 10 grenades, 4 wireless sets, and 200 bullets were recovered from him. The police are interrogating the terrorist to know about the conspiracy.

Terror module selling drugs in Budgam revealed

The Budgam police on Monday revealed the terror module selling drugs. Police said that the module linked to the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed was working from Chadura in the district. On receiving intelligence, the Budgam police, along with 50 national rifles and CRPF, apprehended six terrorists.

The arrested militants were identified as Mudassir Fayaz, a resident of Karalpora, Shabari Gani of Vathura, Issak Bhat of Kupwara, and Arsheed Tap of Shopian. The name of the sixth terrorist is not known yet.

The Army had conducted a search operation following an intelligence alert. The Intelligence Agency had warned that there could be terrorist infiltration from Pakistan to spread disturbances in Jammu and Kashmir. After this, the army started a search operation from May 28.

According to the agency, two groups of militants from the other side of Pakistan’s Post and Gurez sector are in infiltration. On the other hand, terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed are also trying to infiltrate from the other side of the Machil sector.

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A senior army officer said the terrorists have 15 launch pads near the LoC in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). They may try to intensify infiltration in Kashmir in summer.

The militants have infiltrated from Hiranagar and Samba areas in the last few days and attacked army camps and police stations in Samba, Kathua, Jammu, and Nagrota. There are check-point alerts along the Jammu-Pathankot highway and the border.

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Three Pakistani terrorists were killed in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday while attempting to infiltrate Indian territory across the Line of Control. Defense sources said, “In a counter-infiltration operation going on since 28 May 2020, vigilant soldiers of the Indian Army ceased attempts to infiltrate along the Line of Control in the Nowshera sector.”

The terrorists were heavily armed and trained in Pakistan. Security forces are conducting search operations in the area. Counter-infiltration began only after intelligence agencies were alerted to terrorists attempting to sneak into India to create unrest in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Agencies said Pakistan is trying to send terrorists across LoC. According to intelligence agencies, Pakistan Post located in front of the Gurez sector, and two groups of unidentified militants focused on Sardari were planning to infiltrate.

The agencies also reported that another set of unidentified terrorists led by Jaish-e-Mohammed were concentrated in Kel and Tejian on the opposite side of the Machil sector and were planning to infiltrate.

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A senior Indian Army official said that about 15 launch pads along the Line of Control in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir are full of terrorists. The official said he feared that there could be increased attempts to cross-border infiltration this summer to make up for the dwindling terrorist cadres in the valley.