Indian forces thwart three Pakistani militants who had entered India with a plot to attack the Amarnath Yatra. Police have identified the three terrorists killed as Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militants from Pakistan. Kashmir IGP Vijay Kumar said key evidence and documents were seized from them. He said the encounter took place on Tuesday (June 14) morning in the Bemina area of Srinagar. He said one of the dead was identified as Abdullah Gaujri. He is described as a stranger from the Faisalabad area of Pakistan.
‘Two militants were killed in an encounter in Bemina area of Srinagar. They were sent to India by a terrorist organization operating from Pakistani territory. Amar sent them with a conspiracy to attack the pilgrims. Hussain Mir, another militant from Anantnag, was a key figure in the group. He left Pakistan in 2018 to work for the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist organization. The three gunmen were killed in the encounter, ‘said IGP Vijay Kumar.
The Amarnath Yatra in the Kashmir Valley will start from June 30. In the wake of this, the security forces have stepped up patrols along the route of the expedition. Aadhaar authentication has been made mandatory for travelers as part of security measures.
On the other hand, Indian security officials have said that 100 militants have been killed in Jammu and Kashmir so far this year (2022). Of the 100 militants killed, 71 were locals and 29 were foreign terrorists. 69 are LeT militants and 24 are members of Jaish-e-Mohammed militant group, ”said Kashmir IGP Vijay Kumar.
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