Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Soldier martyred, Hizbul terrorist killed in J&K's Kulgam

Soldier martyred, Hizbul terrorist killed in J&K's Kulgam

A SOLDIER was killed, and another soldier and a Special Operations Group (SOG) trooper of Jammu and Kashmir Police were injured during a gunfight with militants in Kulgam district of south Kashmir on Tuesday.

In a second encounter on Tuesday, security forces launched a search operation in the forests of Laam-Tral area in south Kashmir's Pulwama district, after detecting suspicious militant movement in the region.

However, when the security forces were moving towards a particular area, the militants opened fire, they said.

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According to CNN-New18, a similar encounter is in progress in Tral too, where two-three militants have reportedly been cordoned off and fire is being exchanged between the militants and the security forces.

During the fierce gun fight, a militant belonged to Hizbul Mujahideen was killed.

Sources added that some of the militants managed to escape from the encounter.

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The slain militant, he said, was a B. Tech pass-out and was associated with Hizb. The firing was going on when last reports came in, the spokesman said.

Awantipora SP Mohammed Zaid said, "A Jaish-e-Mohammad hideout was busted during the cordon and search operation". Internet services have been snapped in south Kashmir and some parts of north Kashmir due to security reasons. "He was a militant of Hizbul Mujahideen", a police officer said here.

A police official said Bhat was from the volatile Palhalan area.

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