Army kills two Lashkar terrorists; One among them wandered off pretending to be a journalist
Media identity cards recovered from terrorists killed in clashes in Rainawari area of Srinagar. The Kashmir Inspector General of Police (IGP) has released the information. The terrorists killed were members of the banned terrorist organization Lashkar. The Jammu and Kashmir Police tweeted that one of them had a Media Identity Card.
Two Lashkar-e-Taiba militants were killed in a clash in the Rainawari area of Srinagar on Wednesday morning. According to the Inspector General of Police in Kashmir, the two terrorists were involved in a number of crimes, including the killing of civilians. Police said they recovered criminal items, including weapons and ammunition, from them.
The clash took place when the Army and the militants were trying to stop the suspected terrorists at Rainawari in Srinagar. One of them was working in Srinagar with a fake identity card of a middleman. The identity of the editor-in-chief was recorded in the identity card of the local media, the Valley News Service.
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