It gave the idea that they were given an undertaking to do a significant fear strike,” Inspector-General of Police, Jammu zone, Mukesh Singh said.
Security powers gunned down four psychological oppressors in a quick activity after an experience broke out at Ban Toll Plaza on Jammu-Srinagar public interstate close to Nagrota in Jammu locale in the early long periods of Thursday.
Two cops of the Special Operations Group were additionally harmed in the trading of fire. They have been distinguished as Kuldeep Raj (32) of Akhnoor in Jammu locale and Mohammad Ishaq Malik (40) of Neel Qasim Banihal in Ramban area. Both have been conceded in Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu with neck wounds. Their condition is supposed to be steady.
The experience among fear based oppressors and security powers began around 4.50 am at Ban Toll Plaza on Jammu-Srinagar public parkway.
Assessor General of Police, Jammu zone, Mukesh Singh said that the truck was shipping the psychological oppressors to Kashmir.
“It was put to checking by the police officers at the cost square since we had knowledge contributions with us,” Singh said. He further stated, “in the trading of fire four fear mongers were killed and two constables were harmed. Psychological militants hurled explosives on security powers during checking. The truck likewise burst into flames and few explosives additionally detonated inside it during the trades”.
“The region is currently being sterilized” he added. The IGP educated that in the approach the DDC decisions, security powers were getting knowledge contributions of conceivable invasion by Pakistan psychological oppressors.
“At the beginning of today when the truck was halted for checking at the cost court, the driver fled from the spot and when a joint group of police and the CRPF began checking the vehicle, a weighty volume of terminating initiated,” he said. Security powers quickly began fighting back. The psychological militants likewise heaved explosives at the security work force, he added.
In the three-hour-long activity, every one of the four psychological militants were killed, he said and added that 11 AK 47 rifles, three guns, 29 live explosives, six UBGL projectiles, cell phones, compass, pithu sacks and other ammo were recuperated from the killed fear based oppressors.
The killed ultras had a place with Jaish-e-Mohammad dread outfit. “It gave the idea that they were given an errand to complete a significant fear strike,” Singh expressed.
It appeared they likewise received the comparable business as usual of penetrating from over the International Border (IB) in Jammu area prior to boarding a Kashmir-bound truck on Pathankot-Jammu public roadway the first night, said a senior cop.
“In any case, powers dispensed with them in a quick activity,” he added. He further said it showed up the fear based oppressors entered through new invasion from Samba area.
Prior, Jammu locale police boss SSP Shridhar Patil disclosed to HT that “around 5 am a few psychological oppressors started shooting at security powers close to Ban Toll Plaza in Nagrota region. They were stowing away in a vehicle.”
CRPF representative Shivnandan Singh stated, similar to January 31 this year, a gathering of psychological oppressors hosted started shooting at a joint get-together of police and CRPF at Ban Toll court around 5 am on Thursday. “They most likely arrived in a vehicle,” he added.
In the interim, counselor to Lieutenant Governor, Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar, visited GMC Jammu and met the jawans who endured wounds while battling with the psychological oppressors in Nagrota experience toward the beginning of today.
During his visit, Bhatnagar got some information about the state of both the jawans. He guided the clinical director to guarantee that the harmed jawans be given the most ideal clinical consideration and coordinated steady observing of the harmed work force. He commended the harmed jawans for their boldness and guaranteed all help to them.
On January 31, a gathering of psychological militants had started shooting at a police group close to Ban Toll Plaza, setting off a gunfight in which three ultras were slaughtered and a police officer got harmed.