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Jammu and Kashmir: 2 Pakistan LeT militants killed in Srinagar encounter Pakistan Terrorists Killed
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Jammu and Kashmir: 2 Pakistan LeT militants killed in Srinagar encounter

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 10 Apr 2022, 04:23 pm

Srinagar: Two Pakistani Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants including a top commander were killed on Sunday in an encounter that erupted in Beshembar Nagar area of Srinagar city on Sunday.

Two cops of Jammu and Kashmir Police and a CRPF personnel were injured during the gunfight and they were shifted to hospital for treatment, Inspector General of Police Vijay Kumar told media persons at the encounter site. 

“Two Pakistani terrorists who were involved in recent attack at Maisuma, in which one CRPF personnel was killed and another injured, were neutralised in the gunfight at Beshembar Nagar," IGP said. 

The militants have been identified as Adil Bhai and Mubashir Bhai, both residents of Pakistan. 

Adil was top LeT commander for central Kashmir, the IGP said. The police had been tracking both the slain militants since they carried out an attack at Maisuma, Kumar said. 

“I want to give a message that whether it is Pakistani or local militants whoever attacks any innocent policemen, journalist or civilian they will be neutralised," he added. 

Asked about the house owner where the militants had taken shelter, the IGP said his property will be seized for providing shelter to the militants. 

"Arms and ammunition including incriminating materials were also recovered," IGP added. 

 

(With UNI inputs)