Nikesh killed three militants and martyred a jawan in an army encounter in Pulwama

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Bangla Hunt Desk: The encounter between Indian troops and militants started at midnight on Friday in Pulwama district of south Kashmir. About eight hours after the encounter began, the army killed three militants. One AK-47 and two pistols were recovered from the dead militants. On the other hand, an army jawan was also injured in this encounter. The injured jawan was admitted to Army Hospital for treatment. He died during treatment.

The army cordoned off the area and launched a search operation after receiving a tip-off that militants were hiding in the Jadura area of ​​Pulwama district. The militants saw themselves surrounded and started firing at the army. The army also retaliated.

Earlier, four militants, including al-Badr district commander Shakur, were killed in an encounter in Shopian district of south Kashmir on Friday. They were involved in the kidnapping and assassination of BJP-linked Srinagar chief Nisar Ahmed. Two AK-47 rifles and three pistols were recovered from them. Kashmir IG Vijay Kumar said four militants, including Shakur and Suhail Bhatt, had been killed in connection with the abduction and killing of the chief. Another militant fled the scene.

The army received information that the militants were hiding in the village of Kilora in Shopian. After receiving the news, a joint army team surrounded the area. It is known that the militants were planning to carry out large-scale sabotage in secret. But in the joint operation of the army all the plans were thwarted. The militants saw themselves surrounded and started firing at the army. In retaliation, four militants were killed.

Shortly after the encounter began, the army killed four militants. Jammu and Kashmir police have reported the deaths of four militants.

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