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In Budgam, J&k, Two Let Terrorists Were Killed In Encounter With Security Forces

Story Highlights
  • The encounter comes as a major setback for the LeT, a Pakistan-based terrorist group that has been active in Jammu and Kashmir for decades.
  • The security forces have been on high alert in Jammu and Kashmir in recent months, with several encounters and arrests of terrorists taking place in the region.

In the Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, security forces and militants fought and killed two LeT terrorists early on Tuesday.

Officials say that the meeting took place near the district court building in Budgam town.

The terrorists were named by the police as Arbaaz Mir and Shahid Sheikh, both from Pulwama. They were linked to the banned terrorist group LeT.

According to the Kashmir zone police, an Army and Police joint area domination party was trying to stop a suspected terrorist vehicle when the terrorists opened fire on them. In response, two terrorists were killed. Armed weapons and ammunition were found by the security forces.

The area in Budgam was blocked off by the police and the army. There are plans to catch the terrorists.

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