Kashmir (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], September 21 (ANI): The Indan Army informed on Wednesday that the week-long joint operation with the police in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district ended with the elimination of two heavily armed terrorists, who had been holding out using the dense forest cover and knowledge of the local terrain.
“A joint operation was conducted from September 13–19 by the Indian Army and Jammu and Kashmir Police in the area of Garol, Anantnag, based on specific intelligence inputs regarding the presence of terrorists. The first contact was established on September 13, resulting in a firefight and a prolonged operation that continued until September 19,” read a media release by the Army.
Two terrorists were eliminated while two AK Rifles, a pistol and other war-like stores were recovered from their busted hideout, the release informed further.
“Chinar Corps salutes the supreme valour and sacrifice of Col Manpreet Singh, SM, DySP Humayun Bhat, Maj Aashish Dhonchak, SM, and Sep Pardeep Singh, who laid down their lives in service of the nation in the highest traditions of the Indian Army and JKP,” the statement read. (ANI)
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