Militant killed in Tral gunfight identified as Local : Police

Militant killed in tral forests identified as Local. Police in a statement said that the killed militant has been identified as Shabir Ahmad Malik from Nagbal Tral.

Srinagar, June 26 : Militant killed in tral forests, identified as Local. Police in a statement said that the killed militant has been identified as Shabir Ahmad Malik from Nagbal Tral.

As per the police records, he was initially affiliated with proscribed militant outfit LeT and later on was part of Zakir Musa group.

Shabir, as per police records, was wanted by law for his complicity in several terror crimes including attack on security establishments and civilian atrocities.

He was part of groups responsible for planning and executing terror attacks in the area.

Several terror crime cases were registered against him including case FIR No. 43/15 of Police Station Trikuta Nagar pertaining to the planning and making preparations for carrying out terror attacks in Jammu.

Pertinently with the efforts of Police and security forces, it was a clean operation. No collateral damage happened during the encounter.

Incriminating materials including arms & ammunition were recovered from the site of encounter. All these materials have been taken in the case records for further investigation and to probe their complicity in other terror crime cases.

People are requested to cooperate with police till the area is completely sanitized and cleared of all the explosives materials if any.

Home Minister Amit Shah to Visit J&K today ! will take updates on the developments in the region.

Home Minister Amit Shah will be visiting Jammu and Kashmir today as a part of his two day visit to the valley.

Home Minister Amit Shah will be visiting Jammu and Kashmir today as a part of his two day visit to the valley. As per the sources, Home Minister will be offering prayers at the Amarnath temple, then he will chair a high-level security meeting in Srinagar ahead of the Amarnath Yatra.

Amit Shah will also be meeting with Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik and will discuss the security scenario in the state under President’s rule. He will also discuss on the on-going operations against the terror groups and seek the present scenario.

Under the present government, the terror organisations are feeling the heat of the security forces with the operations against them. After Amit Shah became the Home Minister, he made it clear that the terror organisations will be terminated and no compromises will be made with the terror organisations.

Seeing the operations and the actions being taken against these terrorists, Hurriyat Leaders agreed to hold talks on Kashmir Conflicts, which shows how desperate they are to reach an agreement with the government. While the government made it clear no compromise will be made and the operations will continue till the last terrorist is dead.

At least one security personnel and three militants were killed Wednesday after an encounter broke out in Fateh Kadal area of Srinagar.

Three terrorists have been killed during an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar. A police personnel also died during the encounter, news agency ANI reported.Security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Fateh Kadal in downtown area of the city following an intelligence about the presence of terrorists there, they said.The terrorsits have been identified as Mehrajuddin Bangroo, Fahad Waza and over ground worker Rayees (son of the house owner where the encounter took place), they said.

The policeman killed during the operation was identified as constable Kamal.”Operation was launched by J&K police and CRPF on specific information last night. The house was cordoned off and party was fired upon when it reached near the house. Our jawan Kamal Kishore lost his life,” Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh saidThe operation turned into an encounter after terrorists opened fire on security forces.The district administration has closed all schools and educational institution in the city as a precautionary measure and internet services on mobile have also been snapped.

 

 

This is the first such relief that Hindus came from Jammu to Pakistan … The unprecedented decision of the Modi Government When an impoverished country became a victim of injustice in Pakistan, then they decided to come to Hindustan. After facing endless harassment in Pakistan, he has decided that he will go to the lap of Mother India and leave everything in his house and go to Jammu.

He hoped that coming to Hindustan would change his time, his problems would be overcome, but sorry it could not happen. Even after this, they were hoping that the Government of India would take their happiness for one or a day. After the Modi government came to power in 2014, his hopes started to wings, and the time had come when his hopes were fulfilled. We are talking about the Hindus coming from Jammu to Pakistan, for whom the government has approved a plan.

Under this scheme, financial assistance of Rs 5 lakh will be provided to every family of these refugees. According to PTI, the decision was taken in the meeting of State Advisory Council under the chairmanship of Governor Satyapal Malik. According to an official spokesperson, the Union Home Ministry had approved the proposal in June 2018 and the central government will bear the expenditure on this scheme. Commissioner of Jammu has been appointed Nodal Officer for implementing this scheme.

It should be known that in the partition of 1947, lakhs of people came to India as refugees. These people settled in many parts of the country and today they have become a part of them. According to one figure, at that time, about 5764 Hindu families had migrated from western Pakistan and also settled in Jammu. Refugees of western Pakistan settled in other parts of the country today have become permanent residents of the country. But the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is not like that

Even today, the fourth-fifth generation of people who lived decades ago are called refugees and are deprived of all fundamental rights, but the central government is now serious about them and they have decided to help them.