HM militants killed in Kulgam encounter

Kristopher Nichols
September 12, 2017

Indian army launched a search operation today in Khudwani, area of Kulgam district.

Two militants of Hizb ul Mujahideen outfit were killed in the encounter, tweeted DGP Sp Vaid.

The police official said that both Hizbul operatives were part of the Altaf Kachru group in Anantnag and Kulgam belt.

Security forces killed two terrorists in an encounter in Kulgam district, while the third terrorist surrendered.

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Police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of local residents who took to the streets in support of the slain militants and threw stones at government forces. The arrested OGW was identfied as Arif Sofi of Kulgam, sources said.

He said two weapons were recovered from their possession.

This comes hours after an encounter in the Shopian district on Sunday, when a Hizbul terrorist was neutralised and another apprehended alive.

Indian troops martyred two youth in Indian Held Kashmir. The martyred youth have been identified as Sayar Ahmad Wani and Dawood Illahi Khan, according to the Kashmir Media Service.

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