New Delhi, Oct 16: The Jammu and Kashmir police have identified the commander Umar Mushtaq Khanday among the top ten commanders operating in the Valley. Khanday is involved in the killing of two police constables.
The police said that Khanday a top Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander has been trapped during an operation in Pulwama. He was named among the top ten terrorists by the police along with Salim Parray, Yousuf Kantroo, Abbas Sheikh, Reyaz Shetergund, Farooq Nali, Zubair Wani and Ashraf Molvi, Saqib Manzoor and Wakeel Shah.
New Delhi, Oct 15: The Indian Army launched a major counter terrorist operation in the Nar Khas Forest in Mendhar District Poonch. The operation got underway on October 14.
During the operation, there was heavy exchange of fire and in the ensuing gun fight Rifleman Vikram Singh Negi and Rifleman Yogambar Singh were critically injured and later succumbed to their injuries.
New Delhi, Oct 15: The recent killings of minorities in Jammu and Kashmir have revealed that a hit-list had been prepared to target these people. The list prepared had around 100-150 non-Muslims who the terrorists decided to target.
There are multiple agencies now on the ground tracking down these faceless terrorists who have unleashed a reign of terror in the Valley. The NIA too has conducted multiple raids to track down these elements who are out on the loose.
New Delhi, Oct 15: An Army officer and a soldier were martyred in the Mendhar area in Poonch, following a fierce gunfight with terrorists. The Army men who died in the encounter are yet to be identified.
This incident comes days after given Army soldiers had died in an encounter. The security forces had launched a massive operation in the Bhata Durian forests, which is adjoining the area where the encounter had taken place on Monday. Reports say that it was the same group which was involved in Monday’s incident in which five soldiers were martyred.
New Delhi, Oct 13: A top commander of the Jaish-e-Mohammad Sham Sofi was killed in an encounter today with security forces in the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir.
The forces acted on specific inputs about the presence of Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists in the Tilwani Mohalla Waggad in the Tral area. Following this the security forces launched a cordon and search operation there, police officials said.
New Delhi, Oct 13: The Pakistani terrorist arrested by the Special Cell of the Delhi Police had carried out a reconnaissance of the Delhi High Court in 2011. It may be recalled that during the same year, blasts took place outside the HC in which 11 people were killed.
The police said that Mohammad Ashraf alias Ali was living in Delhi as an Indian national with the name Ali Ahmed Noori. Pramod Singh Kushwaha, Deputy Commissioner (Special Cell) said that his team had recently received inputs that a Pakistani national, who lived in east Delhi was impersonating as an Indian citizen. He was then traced to Laxmi Nagar and later arrested.
New Delhi, Oct 13: The recent killings of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir has created panic among the residents. There are multiple agencies now on the ground tracking down these faceless terrorists who have unleashed a reign of terror in the Valley.
When the Taliban took over Afghanistan, there were questions asked as to what impact it would have in Jammu and Kashmir. While it was clear that the Taliban was not going to send its men down to fight in J&K, it was the moral aspect to the victory of the outfit which became the problem.
New Delhi, Oct 12: After taking over the drug seizure case from the Mundra Port in Gujarat, the National Investigation has raided several locations. The NIA is probing an Afghan angle to this case as the drugs originated from that country which was in August taken over by the Taliban.
The case relates to seizure of 2988.21 Kgs of Narcotics substance (Heroin) seized at Mundra Port, Gujarat disguised as consignment of ‘Semi-processed Talc stones’ originating from Afghanistan which had arrived from Bandar Abbas Port, Iran.