- Former Chief Minister Mehbooba tweeted – Deployment of additional security forces in the state will increase fear among people
- NSA Ajit Doval on a two-day visit to Kashmir, will increase military strength in Center Valley after his return
Srinagar. An encounter between security forces and militants took place in Bona Bazar area of Shopian in Kashmir on Saturday. In this, two terrorists were killed, including the top commander of Jaish-e-Mohammad, Munna Lahori alias Bihari. Weapons and ammunition have been recovered from the terrorists. According to Jammu and Kashmir Police Chief Dilbag Singh, Munna Lahori killed many civilians in the valley. Apart from the car blast in Pulwama, he was also involved in the car blast in Banihal on March 30.
There is currently President’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir. According to the report- the central government had sent National Security Advisor Ajit Doval to inspect the situation in the area. The central government can increase the security force by 10 thousand in Kashmir. There has been a tension situation along the Kashmir border since the Pulwama attack.
Government should think again on this matter: Mufti
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti tweeted – Center has decided to deploy 10,000 more soldiers in the Valley. This will create an atmosphere of fear among the people. There is no shortage of security forces in Kashmir. The case of Jammu and Kashmir is political. It cannot be solved by the army. The government needs to think again about this.
The center’s decision to deploy additional 10,000 troops to the valley has created fear psychosis amongst people. There is no dearth of security forces in Kashmir. J&K is a political problem which won’t be solved by military means. GOI needs to rethink & overhaul its policy.
– Mehbooba Mufti (@MehboobaMufti) July 27, 2019
Several protesters tried to disrupt the siege and search operation of security forces in the injured district when the action was interrupted . During this period, tear gas shells were fired to disperse the people pelted at the security forces. Lathicharge Many people were injured in this. In fact, only after the killing of two terrorists, many locals took to the streets. Slogans against the security forces and the state police. Started throwing stones
963 terrorists killed in five years: government
Union Minister of State for Home Kishan Reddy recently told the House that 963 militants were killed in Jammu and Kashmir in five years while 413 security personnel were martyred. The government is working on a policy of zero tolerance against terrorism. More than 400 incursions occurred in three years. Of these, 119 were tried in 2016, 136 in 2017 and 143 in 2018.