According to authorities, security forces killed four militants on Wednesday, including two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commanders, who were involved in the murders of migrant workers in Jammu and Kashmir.
Two ultras were killed in an encounter in Shopian, while two others were slain in a gunfight in Kulgam district, according to a police official, who added that 15 terrorists had been killed in two weeks. During the Shopian operation, one soldier died and two others were injured.
A joint operation was begun on Wednesday evening after information about the movement of two terrorists along the Ashmuji-Devsar road in Kulgam district, according to a defence spokesman. “At around 07.40 p.m., the area was sealed off and contact was established. Terrorists have repeatedly refused to surrender, according to the spokesman.
According to him, the ultras opened fire, causing security personnel to respond.
“Three terrorists were killed in the subsequent gunfight. “An AK gun, as well as other war-related items, have been discovered,” he continued. (PTI)