BanglaHunt Desk: In the midst of Corona (COVID-19) panic, Pakistan is plotting one attack after another in India. Militants are infiltrating India with the opportunity of lockdown. They are constantly plotting sabotage. Meanwhile, a sub-inspector of Jammu and Kashmir police, along with four Indian soldiers, was killed in a Pak militant attack.
The onset of events
The two militants entered the house of a resident of Chanajmula village in Handewara in Kupwara district of north Kashmir on Saturday morning and held them hostage. After that the search started. A joint force of State Rifles No. 21 and Jammu and Kashmir Police conducted a search of the entire village. The militants opened fire to rescue the house at around 3.30 pm.
The battle of bullets began
The soldiers started firing back. The encounter started on Sunday morning. Four Indian soldiers and a sub-inspector from Jammu and Kashmir lost their lives in the gun battle with the militants. Col. Ashutosh Sharma, Commanding Officer of the State Rifles, Major Anuj Sood, Lansnayek Dinesh, Rifleman Rajesh and SI of Jammu and Kashmir Police Shakil Kazi were killed. However, the two militants also ended up in the police firing.
The army must be kept away from politics
In the wake of the attack, former military personnel said it was important to change tactics to deal with terrorist attacks in Kashmir. Steps need to be taken to keep the army away from politics.
If you don't listen, you have to blow up the house
And how long will the Indian army lose their lives in this way? Retired Colonel VK Sahi said that if any terrorist is taking shelter in a house or intimidating people, everyone present there should be warned first and asked to come out. If it is not, the space should be blown up. With this, the terrorists will stop getting shelter. Indian soldiers should no longer be allowed to be martyred.