Militant who killed Kulgam bank manager a local, neutralised: Police

A local Kashmiri militant who killed a bank manager in Kulgam earlier this month has been restored after being identified by his parents with closed-circuit television cameras, police said.

The police had recently filed a case against the news portal that the militants were not natives. Police have blamed a particular Facebook portal for calling the two foreign militants killed in Kopwara’s Lolab as locals.

J&K police tweeted from the official handle on Thursday after some raised objections to filing a case against the news, saying: “The police have identified him (the militant who killed the banker), the parents of the murderer and were later neutralized in the encounter.” Portal. On June 15, two Lashkar militants were killed in an encounter at Shopian, police said. After killing two local militants in Kashmir, Kashmir Police Examiner Vijay Kumar said that John Mohammed Loan was involved in the assassination of bank manager Vijay Kumar on June 2 in Kulgam.

After the assassination of the militants, IG said, “John Mohammed was formerly working as an overground worker for the district commander of the LTTE, Adil Ramadan.

A total of 118 militants have been killed in Kashmir Valley this year, Jammu and Kashmir police said.

Of these, 32 foreign terrorists were shot, police said.

In the current year, 118 terrorists have been killed in Kashmir, including 32 foreign terrorists. In 2021 last year, a total of 55 terrorists, including 2 foreign terrorists, were killed during the same period. Of the 118 terrorists, 77 were from Pakistan-sponsored LET and 26 from JMM, ”the Kashmir Zone police tweeted.

Early Monday morning, security forces killed an unknown terrorist in another encounter in the Tulibal area of ​​Sopore town of Jaram Baramulla district.

“The encounter began on Sunday. Two Pakistani Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET) terrorists were killed yesterday. Another Pakistani terrorist was shot and killed in the early hours of this morning (Monday), Kashmir Police Chief Inspector ANI told AFP.

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