Published: Sun, November 19, 2017
World Media | By June Phelps

Six terrorists gunned down in J&K's Bandipora; IAF commando martyred

Six terrorists gunned down in J&K's Bandipora; IAF commando martyred

The security forces on Saturday gunned down five terrorists during an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora area, said reports. DGP said that all the six terrorists, each carrying an AK-56 rifle and other firearms, were killed in the encounter.

As soon as the Police and security forces laid siege to a cluster of houses, the holed up terrorists opened fire that triggered a fierce gunfight.

Among the six foreign terrorists killed was Owaid, the nephew of LeT operation commander Lakhvi, the mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.

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The shootout began when soldiers cordoned off a neighbourhood in the northern area of Hajin following a tip-off that armed militants were hiding there, said army spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia. "Weapons and ammunition recovered". Total of 6 LeT militants eliminated.

Another Army soldier got injured during the operation against the terrorists.

"Five militants have been killed in the operation", Kalia told AFP.

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According to officials, the slain IAF commando was part of the joint team that took on militants in the village.

"The killing of Mehmood Bhai is a big jolt to LeT and we are hopeful that after this operation, security forces will gain upper hand in Hajin and its adjoining areas again", the officer said. In 2007, Lakhvi's 20-year-old son Mohammad Qasim was killed in an encounter with the army and J&K police.

Apart from featuring in the National Investigating Agency (NIA)'s most wanted list, Lakhvi is also among the 3 globally prosecuted terrorists named by India and the European Union in their joint statement to combat terrorism.

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