Baramulla Military Op: Fourth Militant Killed, Op Enters 2nd Day
BARAMULLA — The fourth militant has been in a military operation in Malwah village of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district as the military operation enters the second day, police said on Friday morning.
“One more militant was killed this morning whose identification is being ascertained,” police officials said.
So far, four militants have been killed while the operation is still in progress, police said.
The operation started yesterday after a joint team of armed forces launched a search operation in the area following information about the presence of militants.
Pertinently, a commander of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) along with two other militants was killed yesterday. Four armed forces personnel including an officer also sustained minor injuries in the operation
The police had said that the slain LeT commander Yousuf Kantroo figured in the list of top 10 most wanted militants in Kashmir and he was the longest surviving militant in the Valley.
Support Our Journalism
You are reading this because you value quality and serious journalism.
But, serious journalism needs serious support. We need readers like you to support us and pay for making quality and independent journalism more vibrant.
Become Our Ally
To help us strengthen the tradition of quality reading and writing, we need allies like YOU. Subscribe to us.
Mountain Ink is an online & monthly print of narrative journalism that explores stories in compelling narratives, examines events from multiple perspectives and translates complex ideas into authoritative & engaging stories.