Two militants killed in Kashmir

Lynne Hanson
July 16, 2017

Indian troops, in their fresh act of state terrorism, killed three Kashmiri youth in Tral town in occupied Kashmir today (Saturday). The exchange of fire ensued between the two sides, which continued throughout the day, a police source said, adding that helicopters were also pressed into service by Army to locate the terrorists.

"The killing of the militants is a major setback for the outfit which is trying to revive its activities in the valley", the official said.

However, the exact picture would only emerge once the encounter ends and the identification of the slain terrorists is carried out, said the police official. Though there has been no official confirmation on, it is reported that Special Task Forces and choppers have been deployed at the encounter scene to nab the hiding terrorists.

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One to two terrorists are believed to be holed up inside a cave on a hillock.

The intelligence report further suggested that several suicide bombers are now reportedly planning to strike the Valley.

The police officer said the search operation was launched on information about the presence of some militants there. The encounter comes few days after the terrorist attack on a bus carrying the Amarnath Yatra pilgrims that killed seven in Anantnag.

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