Top Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) Commander Sham Sofi was neutralized by security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Awantipora on October 13, said Kashmir Inspector General of Police (IGP), Vijay Kumar. The encounter broke out at Tilwani Mohalla in Tral area, Awantipora. The area has been cordoned off by a joint team of J&K police and the army. Further details are awaited.
A top Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) commander, in addition to one other terrorist, who was the alleged masterminds behind the 2019 Pulwama terror attack on CRPF were killed during a fire exchange by the security forces in Kashmir's Pulwama district of J&K. The incident took place during a search operation in the forest. Inspector general of police Vijay Jumar identified the commander as Ismail Alvi, a relative of Masood Azhar.
In a new development in the gunfights ensuing in the Rawalpora region of Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district, security forces killed Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) commander Sajjad Afghani on March 15. Classified as one of the most-wanted militants of the state, Afghani was allegedly involved in mobilizing youths into terrorism. Earlier, on March 14, a Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist named Jahangir Ahmad Wani was shot during the anti-militancy operation,… read-more
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In a shocking revelation, apprehended Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist Hidayatullah has confessed Pakistan's conspiracy to unleash an attack on NSA Ajit Doval. The interrogation revealed that Doval was JeM's prime target following the Uri surgical strike. Besides, Hidayatullah was deployed for a close watch on Doval and passed on information to handlers by filming Doval's daily activities. Meanwhile, security has been tightened outside Doval'… read-more
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The Jammu and Kashmir police with the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) have arrested a terror network in the union territory's Awantipora. Reportedly, the six arrested were from the banned Jaish-e-Mohammad group, who were involved in grenade attacks in Tral and Sangam areas. The accused have links with Pakistani radicals and have involved in attacks against security forces. Moreover, a case has been registered, and further probe is… read-more
Four Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists were killed on November 19 in an encounter at Nagrota in Jammu district. According to police, the terrorists were travelling in a truck that was stopped at Ban toll-plaza on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway by security forces. Reportedly, a police constable was also injured during the operation. The police said the terrorists illegally entered India through the Samba border. This was the second encounter on the… read-more
Two Kashmiri natives suspected to be Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists, and were arrested from Sarai Kale Khan area by a special-cell team of Delhi Police on November 16. Reportedly, the duo identified as Abdul Latif Mir and Mohammad Ashraf from Baramulla and Kupwara respectively. According to the operational head DCP Sanjeev Yadav, after a tip-off regarding the terrorists, the special-cell team raided their residents around 10:15 pm, seizing … read-more
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Jammu and Kashmir security forces on October 27 killed two Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists in an encounter at Aribagh Mouchwa area of Budgam district. According to officials, the police received information regarding terrorist activities in the area and, hence, a joint-team of J&K Police, 50 Rashtriya Rifles and Central Reserve Police Force went on a search mission. Reportedly, the encounter took place at around 9 pm and lasted for about 4… read-more
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Indian security forces on October 10 killed four terrorists including the operational head of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and a Pakistani citizen linked to Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM). Reportedly, the militants were killed in two separate gunfights in Kulgam and Pulwama districts of Jammu & Kashmir. The militants from Kulgam were identified as Tariq Ahmad Mir and Sameer Bhai alias Usman (Pakistani national). The slain LeT operational head was… read-more
The Jammu and Kashmir police informed that Pakistan has been deploying weapons through fling drones in the border area. Reportedly, two AK-47 rifles, a pistol, three AK magazines and 90 rounds were seized, from Akhnoor village last night. "Our initial probe suggests Jaish-e-Mohammed is behind the incident," says a senior police officer Shridhar Patil. "The weapons were supplied to the terrorists, in Kashmir," officials believe.
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