In another incident of targetted attack, a Kashmiri Pandit was shot dead in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian area said reports. The victim was identified as Puran Krishan Bhat, son of Tarak Nath Bhat and was a resident of Choudry Gund in the town. Notably, on October 15, Puran Krishan Bhat succumbed to injuries, confirmed sources. Furthermore, the officials said that the area has been cordoned off to nab the attackers.
PM Narendra Modi will dedicate two digital banking units of Jammu & Kashmir Bank to the nation on October 16, said PMO. The launch of 75 digital banking units (DBUs) of different banks across the country of which two are of Jammu and Kashmir Bank, via video conference. Of the two, one is the SSI branch at Lal Chowk in Srinagar and the other is Channi Rama branch in Jammu.
In Jammu and Kashmir administration, four government employees, including police personnel, a bank manager were dismissed from services. On October 15, the administration fired the employees for their alleged involvement in anti-national activities, said a spokesperson. The dismissal orders were made under Article 311 of the Constitution of India. The Article provide dismissal of employed in civil capacities under a Union or a state for anti… read-more
In another encounter, two terrorists were killed in the Anantnag region, Jammu & Kashmir. On October 10, a gunfight broke out between the Jammu & Kashmir security forces and militants, after the information that some are hiding in the region. Upon receiving the input, the police cordoned off the area and launch the operation. Moreover, the encounter is underway and more details are awaited.
In Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district, four local terrorists were killed, confirmed police on October 5. As per ANI sources, terrorists, proscribed with terror outfits Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba, were killed in two separate encounters in the region. Two JeM proscribed terrorists killed in Dranch, Shopian are Hanan Bin Yaqoob and Jamshed. In another encounter of Moolu region, the killed terrorist was Naseer Ahmad Bhat, and… read-more
A Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel was killed and a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan was injured in a terrorist attack. On October, a joint party of CRPF and police in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir confirmed police. The terrorists attacked the joint Naka party of CRPF and police in the Pinglana area of the south Kashmir district and cordoned off the area.
In Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla region, an encounter broke out between militants and security forces. The encounter which occurred in the wee hours of September 30, was in view of intelligence inputs of terrorist hiding in villages of Baramulla district. Furthermore, the encounter and joint operation is underway, said Jammu and Kashmir Police. In addition, more details in this regard is awaited.
In Jammu and Kashmir, another blast was reported in just 8 hours, on September 28 night. In Udhampur a blast that occurred in a bus at 10:45 pm, at Domail chowk. Earlier, two people were injured after a blast occurred in an empty bus parked at a petrol pump in Udhampur at night on September 28. However, no casualty was reported in both the blast took place in just eight-hours.
In Jammu & Kashmir's Kulgam district, a Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorist was killed in an encounter with security forces. On September 26,the police confirmed killing of JeM terrorist, two civilians and a soldier were also injured in the encounter. Security forces launched a cordon operation in Batpora following information about the presence of terrorists there, which led to an open-fire gunfight, resulting in an encounter.
The Jammu and Kashmir police killed two terrorists identified as Aijaaz Rasool Nazar and Shahid Ahmad in an encounter in the Nowgam region of Srinagar, on September 14 night. The terrorists were said to be affiliated with an outfit Ansar-Ghazwat-ul-Hind and were alleged of killing several migrants in the region. The updates were confirmed by the security forces, which launched a joint operation after receiving inputs from terrorists.