The Jammu and Kashmir police foiled attempts of Pakistani-sponsored terrorists after they recovered three Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) and sticky bombs. On October 8, J&K Superintendent of Police of Kathua, RC Kotwal confirmed the recoveries and ammunitions, which were seized after a Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist, a resident of Malad, Zakir Hussain Bhat. Moreover, detonators and explosive materials were also collected, which… read-more
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
The Uttar Pradesh ATS has arrested Saifullah, who is allegedly have links with Jaish-e-Mohammad, a terrorist outfit, confirmed police on August 14. Arrest of Saifullah was based on a tip off provided by Mohammad Nadeem, who is under ATS custody since August 12. Expertise in making fake virtual IDs for Pakistan, and Afghanistan, operating in Uttar Pradesh. A case has been registered and Saifullah is being investigated.
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
Officials from Jammu and Kashmir have reported that over 100 terrorists have been eliminated in counter terrorism operations since the beginning of 2022. Notably, during the same corresponding period in 2021, 50 terrorists including one foreigner were killed. This year, 100 terrorists Including 29 foreigners have been killed. Of this, 63 reportedly belonged to Lashkar-e-Taiba terror outfit and 24 to Jaish-e-Mohammad outfit.
During a bilateral meeting in Kabul, Taliban assured India that terrorists from Afghanistan will be not be allowed to operate against India. Also, Taliban will take action against Pakistan based terrorists with pin-pointed intelligence. Reportedly, Taliban promised to take action against India specific groups such as Jaish-e-Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Hizbul Mujahideen and also Al Qaeda. With this, PM Modi continues humanitarian aid and and… read-more
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
In Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district, two Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) militants were killed in an encounter, confirmed by police. The encounter broke out after the security officers received information of the terrorist's presence and cordoned off the area. The security force and Jammu and Kashmir police force also launched a search operation. Moreover, the killed terrorist was involved in the killing of police constable Reyaz Ahmad, killed… read-more
In Kashmir's Avantipora, two terrorists involved in the murder of Kashmiri TV actress Amreen Bhat, have been neutralized, on May 27. The terrorists identified as Shakir Ahmed Waza and Afreen Aftab Malik have been killed withing 24 hours of Amreen's death, said IGP Vijay Kumar. Furthermore, 10 terrorists including three from three from Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and seven from Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) have been killed in three days, in Kashmir Valley… read-more
A small opening, suspected to be a tunnel, has been found near Jammu's Samba area, on May 5. Reportedly, a probe into the tunnel will be carried out by BSF shortly. After two JeM terrorists were killed in an encounter, it was established that they had infiltrated from somewhere in Sopowal area of Samba. After which, the BSF launched a massive anti-tunnelling operation in the area.
The Indian government on April 18, designated Ashiq Ahmed Nengroo, the commander of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), as a terrorist. According to the Union Home Ministry, Nengroo is responsible for infiltrating terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir, and orchestrating various terror activities in Kashmir. Nengroo has now been designated as a terrorist under the provisions of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.
In J&K's Handwara, in a joint operation by J&K police and army a Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist with arms and ammunition was arrested on February 21. The terrorist, identified as Ubaid Bashir Wani, revealed that he was going to attack in the area in the direction of Pakistan handlers. The police have recovered one pistol, magazine, and five pistol rounds. The case has been filed and an investigation is underway.