Security forces battle militants in J&K, policeman killed

Security forces battle militants in J&K, policeman killed 

Jammu/Srinagar, Sep 11 (IANS) Gun battles continued during the day between security forces and militants in Jammu region’s Poonch district — where a policeman was killed — and in Kashmir’s Bandipora and Kupwara districts on Sunday.

A soldier was also injured in the ongoing gunfight in Poonch district as army commandos launched a final assault against holed-up militants.

“Militants started firing from the under-construction mini-secretariat building near the headquarters of Army’s 93 Brigade in Poonch town in the morning,” a senior police official said.

“All escape routes have been sealed,” he added.

In Kupwara, an encounter started in Nowgam sector of the Line of Control (LoC), a senior police officer said.

In Bandipora, another encounter was on near the LoC in Gurez sector.

Both the gunfights in the Kashmir were continuing, the officer added.

1 Comment

  1. Police and Security forces are making ultimate sacrifices fighting these rats. Is it really worth in a country where Congress Party and Seethaarama yechuri are not willing to take India’s side? Is it really worth when Bakra dutta and dishonest stenographers in media are too afraid to name the enemy? Is it worth where college campuses allow pro-pakistan, anti-india groups to openly peddle their propaganda? I don’t think today’s India will survive for too long. In a few generations, these fork tongued groups will succeed in breaking country into multiple pieces as proudly told by those JNU protesters.

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