Srinagar, A security force jawan was killed in an encounter between Thursday and Friday night in the ongoing militant operation before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Jammu and Kashmir on April 4. While 3 jawans have been injured. The encounter took place in Sunjwan. In which 3 terrorists have been killed.
A jawan was martyred in a clash with militants in Sunjwan, Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday-Friday. While 2 others were injured. The security forces have killed four terrorists. According to Jammu zone police chief Mukesh Singh, a jawan was killed in the encounter. The area has been cordoned off. Encounter running.
Many terrorists are suspected to be hiding in a house here. Let me tell you that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to visit Kashmir on April 4. Which has led to an increase in terrorist attacks. Prime Minister Modi will address a large rally near Jammu. Thousands of Panchayat members will be involved in it on the occasion of Panchayat Raj Day. A search is on here in view of the Prime Minister’s rally.
Earlier, security forces killed three militants in an encounter in Baramulla. Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Yusuf Kantru was also involved. Two soldiers and a civilian were also injured in the clash. Yusuf Kantru, who was killed in the encounter, was also involved in the killing of a police SPO and his brother in Budgam last month.
It may be mentioned that security has also been beefed up for the Amarnath Yatra. Amarnath Yatra 303, which has been closed for 3 years due to the transition of Koro, will start this time from June 30. It will end on August 11, 207.
Registration is underway for this 3 day trip. Security has also been beefed up in view of the visit. According to IG Vijay Kumar of Kashmir, the search has been intensified in view of the upcoming Baba Amarnath Yatra. There are fears that they could disrupt the trip.
Here, the CBI has launched an investigation into bribery and corruption cases filed by former Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satyapal Malik.
Malik alleged that government employees in Jammu and Kashmir were given contracts under the Group Medical Insurance Scheme and Rs. He was offered a bribe for Rs 2,500 crore in civil works.
Two FIRs have been registered in this regard. The CBI on Thursday conducted searches at 14 places in Jammu, Srinagar, Delhi, Mumbai, Noida in Uttar Pradesh, Trivandrum in Kerala and Darbhanga in Bihar.