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Shopian Encounter: Four terrorists killed by Security Forces

Army operations against terrorists continue in Jammu and Kashmir. The security forces killed 4 terrorists in the encounter on Monday.

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Published on 8 Jun 2020 6:12 AM GMT

Shopian Encounter: Four terrorists killed by Security Forces
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New Delhi: Army operations against terrorists continue in Jammu and Kashmir. The security forces killed 4 terrorists in the encounter on Monday. According to reports, the terrorists were hiding in Panjora. After this, the army started a search operation and during this time, four terrorists were killed.

Security forces along with local police surrounded the Pinjora area from all sides. Seeing themselves surrounded, the terrorists started firing bullets. In a large-scale encounter, the soldiers killed 4 terrorists. Encounter is still on.

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Internet service has been shut in the area in view of security. People have been instructed to stay in homes. All these terrorists have been killed in Shopian itself. The army has killed nine terrorists till date.

On Sunday, five terrorists were killed by security forces. The terrorists who were killed by the security forces were all Hizbul Mujahideen's terrorists. Among these terrorists Farooq Ahmed Bhat alias Nali, the top commander of Hizbul was also there.

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Dilbag Singh, DGP, Jammu and Kashmir informed, '9 terrorists of Hizbul Mujahideen have been killed in operations that were carried out yesterday and today. In the last 2 weeks, 9 big operations were carried out in which 22 terrorists have been eliminated including six top commanders.'

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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