J&K: Four aggressors slaughtered in experience on Srinagar parkway, had plans to ‘upset’ DDC surveys


J&K: Four assailants were killed in an experience with security powers close to Ban Toll Plaza along the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway close to Nagrota on Thursday morning.

As indicated by senior cops, the killed aggressors owed devotion to Jaish-e-Mohammad and they were a new gathering having penetrated into the Union Territory from over the International Border in the Samba area.

As per Director General of Police Dalbagh Singh, the killed fear mongers had penetrated last night and they were on approach to Kashmir alongside a colossal amount of arms and ammo to disturb the coming District Development Council surveys and panchayat by-races.

The experience started when the assailants, covering up in a truck, tossed projectile on security faculty during checking around 5 am. In a quick counter, police and CRPF staff sent at Ban Toll Plaza slaughtered two aggressors when they were attempting to emerge from the truck to take a position.

The truck was on approach to Kashmir. During the experience, a shoot occurred inside the truck showing that the aggressors were conveying with them a colossal amount of arms and ammo.

Two workforces of the Special Operation Group of Jammu Kashmir Police additionally harmed. They were distinguished as Kuldeep Raj (32) of Akhnoor and Mohammad Ishaq Malik (40) of Neel Qasim Banihal Ramban. Both have been conceded in GMC Jammu and their condition was expressed to be steady.

Prior to January 31 this year, a gathering of aggressors had started shooting at a police group close to Ban Toll Plaza, setting off a gunfight in which three ultras were executed and a cop was harmed. They too had allegedly come from Pakistan through an underground cross fringe burrow in the Samba area which was later distinguished by BSF.