Ahead of PM Modi’s visit
Ahead of PM Modi’s visit to J&K, an ASI of CISF was killed during an encounter between Militants and Security Force’s In Sanjwan district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Early morning on Friday, 15 Jawan’s of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) had been aboard a bus, enroute to their shifts when terrorists targeted the bus and an Assistant Sub Inspector was killed in action and four more suffered injuries.
The Incident occurred near an army camp on the outskirts of Jammu, in Sanjwan district. Security forces were already in High alert due to the scheduled visit of PM Narendra Modi on 24th April.
Official sources stated that there was information from J&K police that there were 2 two militants present in the Sanjwan district.
Security forces were on the lookout for militant activities and upon confirmation a counter-attack was launched by army personnel.
The area was cordoned off and militants were predicted to be trapped inside. During morning hour’s gunfire began from the militant’s side in which some security personnel were injured during the encounter between Militants and Security Force’s.
The terrorists are rumored to belong to Jaish-e-Mohammad outfit and planned to carry out terrorist attacks in Sanjwan district and it’s neighboring areas ahead of PM Modi’s first political visit to J&K on Sunday, after two and a half year of revoking J&K’s special constitutional status.
The presence of militants near army installations ahead of PM’s visit of J&K is concerning news for the security forces.
Security is heavily prioritized in the Kashmir valley right now as Security Force’s are on high alert and around the clock patrolling is being carried out to prevent any major terrorist attack ahead of PM Modi’s visit.
Jammu and Kashmir police chief Dilbag Singh said to ANI representatives that in the wake of PM’s visit to J&K militancy has spawned again. Encounter between militants and Security Force’s is getting normalized.
Strict steps are being taken to curb the growing surge of militancy in Kashmir Valley but long lasting peace is far from being achieved yet.
Edited By : Khushi Thakur
Published By : Shubham Ghulaxe