Jammu Kashmiri Terrorists Killed In Sidhra Come Across A Lot Of Recovered Ammunition

Jammu Kashmir Terrorists: A full alert has been issued in Jammu and Kashmir by January 26, under which a large number of security forces are present on the roads and strict control of vehicles is being carried out. Meanwhile, the security forces scored great success in the Sidhra area of ​​Jammu. Where four terrorists carrying a large amount of ammunition were killed in the encounter. Within hours of this grand meeting, an uproar also started in Delhi and Home Minister Amit Shah chaired a major meeting on the Kashmir issue. All the big officers including RAW, NIA Chief and LG were present at this meeting. It was said that there was an important discussion at the meeting about the valley’s security system.

Terrorists in a plot to terrorize the valley?
Recently, three terrorists from the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist organization were arrested and a large quantity of weapons and ammunition were recovered from an oil tanker at the Narwal bypass in November. Since then, the Jammu and Kashmir police and army began to take strict measures. On the occasion of the New Year and Republic Day, the terrorists are eager to carry out some big incident, for this, the ammunition is carried from Pakistan to Kashmir by infiltrating.

Under this alert, the security forces were strictly controlling the vehicles on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, when a truck carrying terrorists was stopped near the Tawi bridge in the Sidhra ring road area in heavy fog. As soon as the jawans stopped the truck, the terrorists started shooting at the security forces. At that moment, the four terrorists were killed by the security forces, while the truck driver fled.

The terrorists were heading towards Kashmir
Giving information about this encounter, the army officials said: “The bodies of four terrorists have been recovered from the truck. Seven AK rifles, one M4 rifle, three pistols and a large amount of ammunition have been recovered from the slain terrorists. After infiltrating from Pakistan, the terrorists were heading towards Kashmir in a truck, which police officers hailed as a great success ahead of Republic Day. The officials said: “Before the celebrations on January 26 (after the seizure), the army, the police and the Central Reserve Police, all of us together, are on high alert. Security at the border has also been increased and the (security) camps have also been made more secure. That’s why we were able to thwart his plan.”

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Grand meeting chaired by Amit Shah
Union Home Minister Amit Shah chaired a meeting in Delhi on the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir, hours after the army was alerted and the terrorists were shot dead. Although the meeting was already scheduled. In it, Shah reviewed the current security situation in the Union Territory and steps taken to deal with Pakistani-backed terrorists and maintain peace. The meeting was also attended by Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Governor Manoj Sinha, senior ministry officials, paramilitary forces, Jammu and Kashmir administration and police. Authorities said there have been sporadic incidents of violence in Jammu and Kashmir in recent months, including attacks on innocent civilians and security personnel and infiltration attempts from across the border.

Kashmiri pandits in panic
Earlier this month, there were reports that a terrorist group had released a ‘blacklist’ of 56 employees, after which members of the Kashmiri Pandit community working in the Valley panicked. A blog linked to The Resistance Front, an offshoot of Lashkar-e-Taiba, published a list of 56 Kashmiri Pandit employees who were recruited under the Prime Minister’s rehabilitation package. Let us tell you that after the targeted killings by the terrorists, many Kashmiri Pandits working in the valley have gone to Jammu and have been protesting for more than 200 days demanding to be transferred.

Recently, giving information in Parliament, the government had said that after the repeal of Article 370 in 2019, until July 2022, 118 civilians, including five Kashmiri Pandits and another 16 Hindus and Sikhs, were killed in Jammu and Kashmir. . Article 370 of the Constitution, which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, was revoked on August 5, 2019, and the state was divided into two union territories, Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh.

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