Sopore encounter: Two militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district; massive combing operation on

Sopore encounter: Two militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district; massive combing operation on

Two militants were hiding in a house in the Sopore Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir, who were killed in a clash with security forces.

A military officer in charge of operations continues in the region. Security forces launched a sealing and registration in the Natipora area in Sopore, around 3:30, after receiving information on the presence of militants there, a police officer. Battle of guns said. The two terrorists helped launch their men in Grenada Wednesday in the town of Sopore, where four policemen were injured.

The meeting comes when the situation in the valley was already precarious after the assassination of Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, commander of Hizbul Mujahideen and successor Burhan Wani in a shootout with security forces.

Bhat with another activist Faizan, died Saturday in a clash with security forces at the Saimoo in Tral.

Security forces are increasingly facing the reaction of the demonstrators and killers in cold blood after knowing these operations. It is increasingly likely to worship the hero after the assassination of prominent activists.

The situation in Kashmir had deteriorated after meeting Bhat when the separatists called a strike to protest the assassinations of militants. The Hurriyat Conference also called for a “March to Tral” on May 30.

Authorities have imposed a curfew in seven regions of the police station in the old town and to Mysuma as a precautionary measure. However, thousands of Kashmiris challenged strict restrictions on attending funeral prayers.

People shouted slogans against India and in favour of freedom while the body of death commander Hibzul Mujhaideen was carried on shoulders, angry young men faced off to take the body of funeral orations.

Before being killed Saturday Bhat had escaped from the safety net often reprotedly with the help of torrential mob area. It is believed that the cordon of the security forces last month in 20 villages in the southern Kashmir Shopian was catching Bhat, who said he was hiding in the area but managed to escape.

There have been several cases of crowds who like to throw stones at the forces to stop these operations against militancy in Kashmir. Security forces have also sometimes suffered losses as a result of these incidents.

On 24 May, a similar incident was reported when terrorists, including alleged Kashmiri leader Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET), Abu Dujana, escaped from the security network of the security forces in the Pulwama district . In another incident in March, a group of nine heavily armed rebels were taken in a camp near Kakapora. However, when the troops moved, hundreds of villagers armed with stones led the campaign to help the terrorists.

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