Kashmir Indepth

“With human, tech intelligence, we have conducted many successful operations against militants since outbreak of Covid-19”, say top officials

Prepare for the greatest experience after eating a nutritious breakfast. You will travel over some of the highest passes in the world on your adventure, and you will be greeted by ever-changing vistas of the desolate landscape. Stop at the café on Khardung-La Pass, the highest all-season motorable road in the world, and take in the scenery; you'll feel as though you're on top of the world. Upon leaving Khardung-la, the terrain changes to a white sand desert as you approach the Nubra Valley, which is home to the Nubra Sand Dunes. Visit the Diskit Monastery, the oldest and biggest monastery in Ladakh, which also contains a sizable Buddha statue, if time permits.


Srinagar, April 22 (KINS): Jammu and Kashmir’s security asserted that despite their fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, and being on the frontline of battle against the virus, there is no impact on the “anti-militancy operations in J&K UT as 11 militants have been killed in the hinterland while as five were killed near LoC” since the pandemic griped the UT.

A senior police official told news agency KINS that even though maximum manpower is on the streets ensuring strict lockdown across the J&K UT, but there has been no effect on the flow of information to “human the technical intelligence.”

“There was delay in the flow of information when communication was shut. But as of now, things are back on track. Human and technical intelligence is helping not only track down militants but to conduct clean operations across J&K,” the officer told KINS, requesting not to be named.

Another top officials in the security said that this is happening despite the fact that large number of police and paramilitary CRPF personnel are deployed on roads across J&K to implement lockdown in spirit.

Figures available with the police suggest that “11 militants including the four killed today in the encounter at Mehloora, Shopian and two militants killed in an encounter with security agencies in Dachen woods of Kishtwar recently”.

The police had maintained that the duo had first killed an SPO and left another one injured and later took shelter in the forest range of Dachen. “They were however, traced within three days and killed in a brief gunfight”.

Soon after the gunfight, Director General of Police (J&K),  Dilbagh Singh visited Doda-Kishtwar recently and asked the policemen to eliminate the residual militancy in the twin districts.

Pertinently, Inspector General CRPF (operations) Kashmir, Rajesh Yadav during the wreath laying ceremony of three slain militants at STC Humhama stated that security forces were capable of dealing with the multiple challenges. “We are dealing with Covid-19 and the militancy in a professional manner,” the officer had said.

Sources said that the counter insurgency wing of the police and other security forces are working to receive and work on leads provided by the human sources on ground about the presence of militants across the length and breadth of Kashmir. “There is a good flow of info these days,” sources in the security grid said. (KINS)

Related posts

Justice Oswal sworn in as High Court Judge

Kashmir Indepth

MoUs signed between PDD, NHPC & JKPDC for implementation & execution of Mega Hydro Power projects to make J&K a power surplus region in the country

Kashmir Indepth

3 day hands on training Robotic Surgery workshop

Ankit Sharma

₹ 40 Crore Transit Camp For Kashmiri Pandits In Baramulla: Sarbananda Sonowal

Ankit Sharma

Tally crosses 500 mark in J-K, 9 more test positive

Kashmir Indepth

Samoon reviews status of PAB meeting decisions for Samagra Shiksha, MDM scheme

Kashmir Indepth

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy