Muneer Khan, ADGP Home Guards and Security, Jammu and Kashmir was given additional charge of ADGP law and order.
The Army has prepared a fresh hit-list of terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. On the radar are at least 20 terrorists, who the Army says are armed and dangerous.
With Governor’s rule being imposed in Jammu and Kashmir, the question is will the Centre be able to implement its Kashmir doctrine, often referred to as the Doval doctrine.
The unilateral ceasefire declared by the union government in the holy month of Ramazan has had no effect on the terrorists. Terrorists continued to carry out attacks and Saturday alone reported three such incidents.
Four CRPF personnel and two civilians, including a woman, were injured on Saturday in three separate grenade attacks on security forces, police said.
Security forces have warned of a rise in recruitment of local youths into terrorist groups in Jammu and Kashmir. The security agency officials said the highly-volatile Shopian and Pulwama districts in South Kashmir continued to contribute more youths to terrorist groups which included outfits like ISIS-Kashmir and Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind, a group which claims support of the Al-Qaeda.
The Lashkar-e-Tayiba which has faced heavy losses in Kashmir has decided to divide the state of Jammu and Kashmir into four divisions. Intelligence reports state that this is being done to gain control and also ensure that violence is staged from all four sides.
A donkey has been given a hall ticket to appear for an examination in Jammu and Kashmir. Yes, you heard it right, the donkey was issued a hall ticket for April 29 exam for the recruitment rest for naib tehsildars.
In a bid to gain some traction in Jammu and Kashmir, the Islamic State has claimed that its men killed a policeman in Srinagar on Sunday. The claim was made on the Amaq News Agency of the ISIS.
Lt. General D Anbu, the GOC, Northern Command made an interesting revelation when he said that the three terror groups in the Kashmir Valley are hand in glove with each other. He said that there is no difference between the three groups and they jumping from one tanzim to another.
Jammu and Kashmir witnessed two dreaded attacks in quick succession. Both were meant to coincide with the death anniversaries of Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhat apart from the growing adventurism by Pakistan to step up the heat in the Valley.