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Anantnag Encounter: Army achieved great success in Anantnag encounter, Lashkar terrorist Uzair Khan killed

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Anantnag Encounter News: Security forces have achieved great success in the ongoing encounter in Anantnag, Jammu and Kashmir. Security forces have killed Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Uzair Khan. Kashmir ADGP Vijay Kumar said that terrorist Uzair was killed in Anantnag. A dead body is being searched, which could be that of a terrorist. The search operation will continue as there are shells present here. Four soldiers have also been martyred in this operation.

Presently the encounter going on in Anantnag is over. In such a situation, now the security forces have focused their attention on the search operation. The reason for this is that things related to terrorists may be present here. In this operation, two terrorists have been killed, while four soldiers have been martyred. The army is also searching for the body of the third terrorist. At present the army has surrounded this entire area. Army soldiers are busy searching for terrorists in the forests.

Search operation will continue in some areas

ADGP Vijay Kumar spoke to the media on Tuesday regarding the Anantnag operation. He told, ‘The search operation is going to continue because many areas are left. We appeal to people not to go to those areas. We had information about two to three terrorists. He further said, ‘There is a possibility that we may also find the third body somewhere. For this reason we are going to continue the search operation.

Vijay Kumar said, ‘We have found the body of the Lashkar-e-Taiba commander and have taken him into our custody. We may find more bodies, that is why the search is on for the third body. Actually, the encounter which has been going on for a week has now ended. Information was received about terrorists hiding in Anantnag Kokernam area of ​​South Kashmir, after which army personnel and Jammu and Kashmir Police reached here.

Also read: Army soldier missing in Anantnag encounter martyred, search operation continues on seventh day

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