Indian army kills two Jaish-e-Mohammed militants in Baramulla search operation


Bengali Hunt Desk: Two Jaish-e-Mohammad militants were killed in an army operation in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. Police said one of the dead militants was a Pakistani national. A police spokesman said a search was conducted in Bonigam Pine in Baramulla district after receiving information that the militants were hiding. He said the militants fired at the army during the search operation. In retaliation, two militants were killed.

The spokesman said the militants were given a chance to surrender. But they did not surrender and fired on the army. He said the army then took control of the front and retaliated. Two militants were killed in the army operation. The spokesman said one of the two was a resident of Pakistan and the other a resident of Sopore. He said the militants were linked to Jaish's organization.

On the other hand, the army achieved great success in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday morning. The army arrested four Al-Badr militants during a search operation in Awantipora. After their arrest, the whole area was sealed and a search operation was carried out. The army recovered the hidden weapon during the search operation. According to the information received, one AK-56 rifle, one AK-56 rifle magazine and 26 rounds of ammunition were recovered.