Jaish's top commander, Nawab Dar, was killed in an army encounter in Kashmir


Bangla Hunt Desk: The army successfully achieved great success in Wednesday's encounter with militants in the Sopore area of ​​Kashmir. In this encounter, the Indian Army eliminated Sajad Nawab Dar, the top commander of Jaish-e-Mohammad. Jammu and Kashmir police have reported the incident.

Earlier, an encounter was launched between the Indian Army and Terrorist in Gulabad area of ​​Sopore in Baramula district of Jammu Kashmir (Jammu Kashmir). According to sources, the Indian army was conducting the encounter, surrounded by two to three militants. A search operation is being conducted around the entire area.

The intelligence agency reported that militants were hiding in the Gulbad area of ​​Sopore in Baramula district. The army then surrounded the entire area. In this operation 22 state rifles, Sopore police and 9 central reserve police have launched a joint operation.

Earlier on Tuesday, militants attacked the CRPF's patrol party in south Kashmir. One jawan was martyred in this attack by militants. After this incident, search operations were conducted around the entire area. However, the army did not have any success in the search operation. Militants attacked the CRPF party and fired grenades at the Bijabihara area. Constable Shibal was seriously injured in the attack. He was immediately taken to the hospital, where he breathed his last.

After the attack, the militants fled. After the incident, the army and the CRPF surrounded the entire area. Along with this, a search operation was launched. But after the expedition, the army did not succeed.

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