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Pak Commandos’ Hand Suspected In Deadly J&Okay Encounter, Say Sources

The encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch has been underway since earlier this week.

New Delhi:

The ferocity of the preventing between safety forces and the group of terrorists holed up within the jungles of Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district for a minimum of eight days suggests the infiltrators have been educated by Pakistani commandos, sources within the military and police have mentioned.

Nine troopers together with two Junior Commissioned Officers or JCOs have been killed within the line of obligation, preventing these terrorists since Monday, in what has change into the deadliest encounter for India’s navy in Jammu and Kashmir lately.


Jammu and Kashmir Poonch encounter: Security forces have launched a large operation within the space.

It can also be unclear if any of the terrorists have been killed since no our bodies have been discovered but. The preventing within the 8-9 km stretch of thick forest has continued regardless of a large combing operation, a good cordon and intense shelling.

In the primary brush with these terrorists, 5 troopers, together with a JCO, have been killed on the evening of October 10 within the Dera Wali Gali space of Poonch, which is near the Line of Control.


Subedar Ajay Singh (L) and Subedar Ajay Singh (R) who have been killed within the encounter.

Following this, a military group trying to find the terrorists have been ambushed within the forests of Nar Khas on Thursday. Two troopers have been killed and two extra, together with a JCO, went lacking. Their our bodies have been recovered after a tricky operation two days later.

Sources within the military and the native police recommend that the truth that this group of terrorists have been capable of inflict such heavy casualties whereas managing to evade hundreds of safety forces for eight days suggests they have been educated by elite commandos of the Pakistani navy.


Family members and villagers attend the funeral of rifleman Yogambar Singh (27) killed within the encounter.

“The group of terrorists may also include Pakistani commandos. But we will only know for sure once they are shot down,” an officer, requesting to not be named, mentioned.

Going forward, safety sources have been requested to proceed cautiously and instructed that even when the operation will get drawn out, it should be ensured there are not any extra casualties.

For now, the terrorists are believed to have been cornered in a single space and with the assistance of the military’s para commandos and helicopters, safety forces are optimistic about an finish to the lethal encounter prior to later, sources mentioned.

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