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3 militants killed while locals throw stones

Defence News: Three militants met their well deserved fate on Saturday when Special operation group of J&K police along with army were full steam ahead with their operation in south kashmir’s tral area. The operation is ongoing and more militants are expected to die.

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The militants belonging to Jaish-e-Mohammad, were planning an attack on the national highway. planning their action on specific information, the Army’s Rashtriya Rifles and the police SOG (Special operation group) launched an operation in the Aripal forests close to Satora village which is 17 km from Tral. The militants were hiding in a cave while the Army sent para commandos to take them out.

Locals threw stones while the operation was underway. S P Pani, Deputy Inspector General of Police, said that 3 militants had been killed in the operation. ‘’The operation is in the final stage and the identity of the militants is being ascertained.’’ 4-5 militants were present as per information, in the forest area.

Recently the Army has gained a lot of success while conduction anti militant search operations and more than 100 have been killed since January this year. After initial losses, the army moved swiftly and it’s aggressive militant hunting has irked Pakistan and pushed the ISI/Pak army to desperation. As a result, more anti India effort and cross border firing has seen a rise.

If Pakistan hopes to see the next few decades in one piece, it should drop it’s sinister plans against India and learn to live with the fact that it can never gain kashmir. In fact as it is not able to manage it’s own finances and affairs, it should give up the entire PoK and other occupied traces to India which has managed to be the world’s most vibrant and successful democracy. This will be in it’s own interest and interest of all Kashmiris.

Written by Naroop Desai

Naroop Desai loves India and loves to write on defence matters. He has blogged on different subjects at different time. Now he is here with us, sharing his insights on strategy and peace. He is a PG in mass communications.

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