Jammu and Kashmir: Rifles, 10 rounds of bullets recovered from terrorists
The terrorists opened fire as security forces carried out searches in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar: On September 28, the security forces recovered arms and ammunition from two terrorists neutralised in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir. According to reports, the officials recovered two AK rifles along with four magazines, 10 rounds of bullets and two pouches with personal items.
On Saturday, an encounter broke out between terrorists and a joint team of J&K Police and Indian Army. After receiving information of the presence of terrorists in Samboora, the forces began a search operation in the South Kashmir district.
According to a police official, the terrorists opened fire as security forces carried out searches in the area. The security forces then retaliated triggering a gunfight.
Jammu and Kashmir Police said, "Total two terrorists have been neutralised in the operation."
A day ago, from West Bengal's Murshidabad district, National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested another person for his alleged involvement with a Pakistan-sponsored module of Al-Qaeda.