Jammu and Kashmir: 3 Terrorists Killed in Gundoh Encounter, 6 to 7 Groups of Terrorists Present in Jammu Division

Jammu and Kashmir: 3 Terrorists Killed in Gundoh Encounter, 6 to 7 Groups of Terrorists Present in Jammu Division

3 terrorists killed in Gundoh encounter: ADGP Jammu Anand Jain

Says 6 to 7 groups of terrorists present in Jammu Division

Doda, Jun 27 : Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Jammu Zone, Anand Jain has said that three hardcore terrorists were killed in a day-long gunfight between security forces and

According to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), he said that these terrorists were carrying huge arms and ammunition, adding that police has recovered two M4 rifles, one AK-47 rifle, grenades and other ammunition.

Talking to media persons at Gundoh after the gunfight was over, ADGP Jain said that on June 12, security forces had established contact with terrorists in which a police constable was injured.

“Since then forces had launched search operation and today immediately after receiving the information about presence of terrorists in the area, the operation was launched and security forces successfully eliminated three terrorists,” he said.

“We are ascertaining the identity of these terrorists,” he said, adding that with the elimination of these terrorists, people of Gundoh area have taken a sigh of relief as this region used to remain free from terrorism for the past many years.

The ADGP has sought public cooperation, asking them to share the information about the people who have been providing shelter and food to these terrorists so that action is taken against them as well.

Responding to a question as how many terrorists’ groups are present in division, the ADGP said, “There were three to four groups of terrorists earlier but after recent infiltration, the number has gone up to around six to seven groups.”

It was big achievement for security forces and the search operation is continuing in the area after the killing all the three terrorists.

“We are also ascertaining whether it was the same group which was seen in Chattergala area of Bhaderwah or not,” Jain added.

Speaking on the occasion, an Army officer said that the operation was well coordinated and no chance was given to terrorists to break the cordon.

“We had coordinated with Doda police and it was a very well coordinated operation. We reached the targeted point well in time and in such a manner that there was no possible for terrorists to leave the cordon. The operation was seamless, no possibility of leaving the cordon, no error from any of the party and I can say it was very well coordinated without incurring any kind of casualty,” the Brigadier Sunil Mishra Commander 9 Sector RR said—(KNO)

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