Srinagar In another ceasefire raid, two army soldiers were killed Wednesday in a fire on the Pakistani side of the Timeline.
Defense spokesman Col Rajesh Kalia said that two Jammu soldiers and Kashmir rifles were killed in the Furkiya-Chowkibal region by Pakistani troops in the Keran Kupwara sector. Meanwhile, the army general, General Bipin Rawat, arrived Wednesday to discuss the security situation following the terrorist attacks on the pilgrims in Amarnath.
In another incident, three terrorists died in the town of Radbugh, Budgam on Tuesday night. The funeral of three Hizb activists took place in three places: Nowhatta in the center of Srinagar, Hyderpora and the Radbugh village of Budgam.
Kashmiri youths who claim to be followers of the leader of the “mujahideen leader”, “Fallen”, Zakir Musa, said on Wednesday to people representing the terrorist organization of the Islamic state and banned to dredge the body three dead terrorists in encounters in Pakistani flags.
The three terrorists Haha Mujahideen were killed by security forces in the village of Radbugh in Budgam district in central Kashmir on Tuesday night.
These armed youths also forbade the crowd to shout slogans in favor of azadi and pro-Pakistan; Significantly, people have complied with their guidelines, while in large numbers to the tombs.
Mohammad Omar, a graphic reporter covering the funeral of Sajjad Ahmad Gilkar in central Srinagar, said the youth had proclaimed that they had subscribed to Zakir Musa’s views preached by the caliph (or Islamist government), and the video threatened Last month with the separatist death of Hurriyat sent shock waves through the valley.
The three terrorists were from the center of Kashmir. Although Sajjad Ahmad Gilkar is from Malarata in the center of Srinagar, Javid Sheikh, it was Beerwah Churpora and Aaquib Gul Goripura to Rawalpora. Gul had gone into hiding, there are only 15 days to reach Hizb, police said.
Based on specific entries about the presence of militants, security forces near the town of Radbugh Tuesday night, police said.