3 terrorists killed in gun battle in J&K

3 terrorists killed in gun battle in J&K

3 terrorists killed in gun battle in J&K

The police said the encounter started when the security forces were on the road and the terrorists were approaching from the opposite direction in Wanihama village.

Three unidentified militants were killed on Monday by the security forces in an encounter in Anantnag district of south Kashmir, defence officials said. The security forces were able to gun down the three terrorists suspected to be part of the Hizbul Mujahideen.

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A joint team of security forces acted on specific information that the terrorists would pass through Anantnag's Wanihama (Brakpora) area in a auto.

Meanwhile, Militants today attacked an army convoy at Bijbehara in the Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir, an army official said, adding that a man was injured when the forces fired back.

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An eye witness said that army opened fire following an altercation between soldiers and civilians over the thrashing of a youth.

The bodies of the militants who were killed in the encounter have been recovered along with an AK 47, one SLR and a pistol, news agency ANI reported. One of the slain terrorists was later wrapped in a black ISIS-like flag during the funeral prayers at Tral.

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