Soldier, three militants killed in Kashmir during anti-terror op

Soldier, three militants killed in Kashmir during anti-terror op

The AK-47 will remain the "mainstay weapon" of militants in Kashmir, the police said Tuesday, even as it described the recovery of a US-made M4 carbine colt rifle as the "highlight" of an operation against Jaish-e-Mohammad militants in south Kashmir's Pulwama district.

During the encounter, heavy exchange of fire took place between militants and security forces.

Indian troops in their cordon and search had martyred three youth in Aglar Kandi area of Pulwama district, last night. Three terrorists were killed by security agencies in an operation on Monday.

Later, according to the media reports, the police had identified the militants as Talha Rasheed, nephew of JeM chief Masood Azhar; Mehmood Bhai, divisional commander of the outfit and Waseem Ahmad Ganai of Drabgam Pulwama. Lance Naik Vrahma Pal Singh lost his life in the encounter and a civilian has also been injured.

The three were involved in yesterday's attack on police party in which one policeman was killed.

"M4 Carbine has been previously used by the U.S. during Vietnam war". The encounter ended with the gunning down of a terrorists.

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The police and the Army confirmed M 4 carbine rifle was is the use of the militants.

Last week a militant carrying U.S. made M4 carbine went viral on social media in the valley.

"This only shows they (terrorists) receive support from across the border", Gen Rawat told reporters when asked to comment on the recovery of the gun used by the Pakistan Army, from the terrorists in Pulwama.

He alleged that the weapon was given to the JeM militants but Pakistan army.

Replying questions, IGP Khan said that there are 16 to 20 JeM militants still active in Kashmir Valley.

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