Salim Parray gone: Cops gun down Kashmir’s most dreaded terrorist

New Delhi, Jan 03: The Srinagar Police have gunned down dreaded terrorist, Salim Parray in an encounter today. Parray was a dreaded terrorist who was part of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

In a list that was released in August 2021, Parray was listed as the most dreaded terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir. He had managed to give the security agencies the slip many times. On November 12 2019, he had escaped from an encounter.

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26/11: As India grieved, Saeed grew in Pak, while Lakhvi fathered a child in jail

New Delhi, Nov 26: The Pakistan establishment’s undying loyalty towards Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief, Hafiz Saeed has come to the fore several times. On this day when the nation pays tribute to all those lost lives in the deadly Mumbai 26/11 attack, Saeed despite international pressure continues to be Pakistan’s most prized asset.

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Forces gunned down 148 terrorists in J&K this year

New Delhi, Nov 25: In Jammu and Kashmir this year until November 23 as many as 148 terrorists have been gunned down by the security forces. Of this, 127 were locals, data by the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) shows.

Further the data also shows that of the 199 active terrorists in the Valley, 110 are locals and 89 are foreigners. 97 of the active terrorists were recruited into The Resistance Front this year. The TRF, an offshoot of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba had claimed responsibility for the killings of the civilians this year.

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Tire, track eliminate: Why has the Poonch encounter dragged on for so long

New Delhi, Nov 10: The ongoing encounter at Poonch has entered into its 31st day. The police have now placed several persons under the scanner for providing logistic support to the terrorists.

Seven persons have been arrested so far for aiding the terrorists. The ongoing encounter at Bhata Dhurian is one of the longest in recent times. After the Indian Army suffered casualties, there was a complete change in strategy. It was decided to adopt a wait and watch policy and tire the terrorists out before taking them head on and eliminating them.

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How the National Investigation Agency is getting the better of terrorists in J&K

New Delhi, Nov 01: The National Investigation Agency has arrested 2 more accused persons in connection with the Jammu and Kashmir terror conspiracy case.

The duo who have been arrested are Ahmad Wani a resident of Srinagar and Umar Bhat who hails from Spore. The case relates to the conspiracy for undertaking violent acts of terrorist acts in J&K and other cities by the operatives of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad, Hizbul Mujahideen, Al-Badr and their affiliates such as The Resistance Front, People Against Fascist Forces among others.

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Recent Wave of Targeted Killings Aims to Disrupt Kashmir’s Integration With India

NEW DELHI—Eleven civilians have lost their lives in a fresh wave of targeted killings in the Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir since Oct. 5, causing the Indian administration and military to go on high alert in a region that shares a border with Pakistan.

The targeted killings of seven unsuspecting individuals from the Hindu minority community and four of the majority Muslim community include people from within Kashmir and also five migrant workers from other parts of India. They were carried out by young men, including first-time shooters in mostly a hit-and-run style.

Experts said the fresh wave of killings is suspected to be the work of a new local militant group called The Resistance Front (TRF), which is backed by Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). It is said to be unique in several ways and is aimed at creating a narrative war supporting further unrest, violence, and alienation and at leading to Muslim exclusivity for the region.

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Failure to demonstrate action: Why Pakistan remains in the FATF Grey List

New Delhi, Oct 22: Pakistan has failed to demonstrate that it has taken action against the UN-designated terrorists as a result of which it will continue to remain in the Grey List of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

The FATF noted that Pakistan needs to further demonstrate that action is being taken against the likes of Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief, Hafiz Saeed and Jaish-e-Mohammad boss, Masood Azhar.

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15 terrorists involved in killing of non-locals gunned down in J&K so far

New Delhi, Oct 20: The Jammu and Kashmir has killed 15 terrorists since the killing of civilians in the Valley. The police said that the 15 terrorists were killed in 9 encounters.

The police said that following the killing of civilians, 3 out of the 5 terrorists of Srinagar city were killed in less than 24 hours.

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Just a matter of time for 9 day encounter in Rajouri-Poonch jungles to end 

New Delhi, Oct 20: While the encounter between the terrorists and Indian Army continues in the forests of the Rajouri-Poonch sector, the forces are now going in for the final kill. 

The Indian Army has inflicted a lot of damage on the terrorists and sources say that the encounter is likely to end soon with all terrorists being killed. While it was said that the Army gunned down 6 of the 9-10 Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists, the same is yet to be officially confirmed. 

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In ongoing Poonch encounter, Indian Army guns down 6 Lashkar terrorists

New Delhi, Oct 19: The Indian Army hit back by gunning down 6 Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists in an ongoing encounter in the jungles of Rajouri. In all 10 terrorists had infiltrated into the jungles and a gun battle has been on since last week.

The Indian Army lost nine of its men in the ongoing operation. Sources tell OneIndia around 9 to 10 terrorists infiltrated from Pakistan into the jungles of Poonch-Rajouri. They were heavily armed and trained extensively by the Pakistan Army.

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