Jammu-Kashmir: Encounter in Doda, three terrorists killed, search for fourth terrorist hiding on the mountain continues

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Operations to flush out terrorists have intensified in Doda and Rajouri, Poonch areas after a series of terror attacks last week. On June 11, an army camp was attacked in which five soldiers and a special police officer were injured.

Three terrorists were killed after a fierce encounter between terrorists and security forces in Gandoh area of ​​Doda district in Jammu and Kashmir. At the same time, the search for one is still on. It is believed that these terrorists were involved in recent attacks on the army and police in the valley. A large quantity of weapons and ammunition, including US-made M4 carbine, have been recovered from the encounter site. Additional Director General of Police of Jammu and Kashmir Vijay Kumar said that the police got information about the presence of three terrorists when the search operation was started this morning.

Operations to flush out militants have intensified in Doda and Rajouri, Poonch areas following a series of terror attacks last week. An army camp was attacked on June 11 in which five soldiers and a special police officer were injured. In another incident, militants attacked a police camp and injured a policeman. The attacks led to a massive security crackdown and security forces launched coordinated operations to nab militants and their local associates. Police sources say three locals who allegedly provided food and shelter to militants have been arrested.

At the same time, Northern Army Commander Lieutenant General MV Suchindra Kumar visited Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir and reviewed the security situation in the area. Kumar visited the area along with General Officer Commanding (GOC) of 16 Corps Lieutenant General Naveen Sachdeva and General Officer Commanding Romeo Force. This visit of the Army Commander is considered very important for reviewing the security arrangements in view of the terrorist attack on a bus carrying pilgrims on June 9 in Reasi.

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