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Sunday, July 10, 2011

JAMMU AND KASHMIR: Two Jash militants killed in south Kashmir

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Peerzada Ashiq, Hindustan Times / Srinagar, July 09, 2011.

An ongoing gun-battle between security forces and militants that broke out in south Kashmir's Pulwama district on Friday night has left two Jash-e-Muhammad (JeM) militants dead and an army major injured. The shootout started previous night when the army's 44 Rashtriya Rifles (RR) and the police's special operation group (SOG) threw a cordon around Bongam village of Hanjan in Rajpora area, Pulwama district, 45 km south of Srinagar. The operation was launched after a tip-off about the militants' presence in the area. The hiding militants spotted the security forces' cordon and fired volley of bullets at the personnel to break through the security ring.

"Police and the army have killed two militants so far in the encounter," said a Srinagar-based police spokesman. In the exchange of fire, an army major also received injuries.

Army's Srinagar-based spokesman JS Brar said that the two militants belon to the Jaish-e-Mohammad. The militants, who had taken refuge in a built up area, were asked to surrender but they opened fire resulting in a fire fight," said Brar.

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