Jai Hind: 3 Terrorists killed in Kangan area of Pulwama districts by the Indian Army

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On Wednesday morning, three terrorists in the Kangan area of the Pulwama district were neutralized by the arm forces in an encounter. The Jammu and Kashmir police confirmed the same.

Post the encounter, the arms and ammunition have been recovered from the terrorist’s place. The mobile internet in the area has been suspended. More details regarding the same are awaited. This comes a day after two Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists were killed in an encounter in the Pulwama district on. The encounter took place in the Awantipore tral in the South Kashmir district. As per the reports, there was no collateral damage.


On the morning of June 2nd, when the security forces tightened their control over the region where the terrorists were hiding, the terrorist opened fire at the security forces and the gunfight broke out in which both of them were killed. The operation had inputs they received on June 1st from the area about the presence of the militants. Reportedly, the Army repeatedly made announcements for the terrorists to surrender.

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Courtesy: The Daily Star

On Monday, the Army had killed three suspected militants in a counter-infiltration operation that was launched on the 28th of May. This operation happened along the Line of Control in the Naushera sector of Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district. The group had infiltrated the region in their attempt to cross into the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir but were stopped by the security forces near the Kalak village.

A surge in Terror attacks in Kashmir

There has been a rise in terror attacks in Kashmir valley in the last two months. As late as last week, the security forces claimed that they averted a major bomb blast after they detected a vehicle that was carrying a 40 kg of explosives. In the last two months, the security forces have lost at least 30 personnel and 38 militants have been killed by the security forces.


On the 6th of May, Indian security forces killed Hizbul Mujahideen most sought after commander Riyaz Naikoo. Naiko has been claimed to have been the mastermind behind the revival of the Hizbul Mujahideen outfit in Jammu and Kashmir. He was killed in the Beighpora area of Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Source: The Times of India