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Militant killed in Pulwama today had lost brother in 2013 gunfight

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Srinagar : One of the militants killed today in gunfight in south Kashmir’s Pulwama had lost his brother in July 2013 in south Kashmir’s Dadsara area of Tral, the sibling was a militant too.

According to a report by news gathering agency Kashmir News Trust (KNT) brother of one of the militants Umar Ali son of Ali Muhammad of Dadsara was also a militant who had been killed in July 2013 gunfight in Mandoora Tral.

Family sources said that Shahnawaz Mir was the principal part in the family to get killed in a gunfight with Joint Powers and today his more youthful sibling Umar Ali was additionally killed.

Recently at any rate three aggressors were killed and a regular citizen harmed in a pre-sunrise gunfight here in south Kashmir’s Pulwama region on Wednesday.

Reports said that after receiving input about the presence of militants, a joint team of police, Army’s 55 RR and CRPF launched a cordon and search operation in Tiken village of the district.

Reports said that after receiving input about the presence of militants, a joint team of police, Army’s 55 RR and CRPF launched a cordon and search operation in Tiken village of the district.

As the joint team of forces approached towards the suspected spot, the hiding militants fired upon the forces, triggering off a gunfight.

A police spokesman confirmed the killing of three militants. The militants were identified as Mehrajuddin Lone of Arigam Pulwama, Umar Ali of Dadsara Tral and Umar Farooq resident of Sugan Shopian.

All these militants were affiliated with militant outfit Al-Badar.

The house in which these three militants were killed got completely destroyed.

Zamir Sadiq Solitary in whose house the aggressors were concealing likewise got discharge wounds and was emptied to clinic for the treatment of his wounds where his condition is expressed to be steady, the news gathering office detailed.

A police official revealed to KNT that keeping in view the predominant pandemic and to guarantee the security of individuals from characteristic danger of getting the disease, the dead assemblages of the killed assailants will be shipped off Baramulla for their entombment and last rituals after finishing of medico-lawful conventions. The closest relatives of the executed aggressors will be permitted to partake in the last ceremonies at Baramulla.

This was the primary gunfight of the current month. The gunfight in Tikkan town seethed following a hole of one month. Last gunfight in Kashmir was seen in Kutpora town of Shopian on 10 November in which two assailants were slaughtered.

After Kutpora Shopian gunfight, there was a gunfight outside Kashmir in Nagrota area in which four Jaish militants were killed. There was also a militant attack on Srinagar outskirts leading to the death of two soldiers. (KNT)

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