Operation All Out which was launched in Kashmir has seen a tremendous success rate. Since its launch in 2017, the security forces have gunned down 170 terrorists including their top commanders as well. The killing of Talha Rashid, nephew of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief marked the death of the 170th terrorist in the Valley. The significant killings include Abu Dujana of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, Burhan Wani’s successor, Sabzar Ahmed Bhat among others.
Do not trust them, slain Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander Abu Dujana had told Zakir Musa a month before his death. A conversation between the two recorded two months back suggests that Pakistan is trying to kill the terrorists it nurtured.
When Abu Dujana was killed in an encounter, Kashmir’s Inspector General of Police had said, ” now the women will sleep in peace.”
A plot to blow up the Akhal-Takht Express in Amethi, Uttar Pradesh was foiled by the police. A suspicious object was reported on the train late last night following which passengers from two compartments had to be evacuated. The police and the Bomb Disposal Squad have now declared the compartments as safe. The police said that a low intensity device had been found and same has been deactivated. The train has also left for its destination, the police also said.
Abu Dujana the Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander who was killed by security forces on Tuesday was told to surrender at first. Dujana however refused to do so and decided to fight back.
For the first time in 30 years, India has demanded that Pakistan take back the body of its terrorist Abu Dujana who was killed in an encounter on Tuesday. The Jammu and Kashmir police will approach the Pakistan High Commission urging them to take the body of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist back.
Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, Muneer Khan said, ” with the death of Abu Dujana, all the women in the Valley are safe.” It is a well known fact that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander, Dujana who was killed in an encounter on Tuesday at Pulwama was a womaniser.
Massive protests have erupted following the killing of Grade A++ terrorist Abu Dujana who was the commander of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba. A high alert has been sounded in several parts of the Valley following the killing of Dujana in an encounter at Pulwama on Tuesday.
The Indian Army had released a list of top 12 most wanted terrorists in the Kashmir Valley. Now with the killing of Abu Dujana and previously Zakir Rashid Bhat, the list has come down to ten. The Army had prepared this list of most dangerous terrorists in the Valley and has vowed to clean them up as part of its “Operation Clean Up.” With Dujana and Bhat down, here is the new list of top ten terrorists in Kashmir.
The killing of Abu Dujana in an encounter at Kashmir was one of the most successful operations that the forces carried out. He was a Grade A++ militant and after making nearly 20 escape bids thanks to his mastery in disguise, he was finally smoked out by the security forces.