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How The Modi Government Has Failed Jammu And Kashmir

Innocent people are being slaughtered and driven to flee Jammu and Kashmir, according to Congress, who also claims that the administration has failed on all fronts.

“In Jammu and Kashmir, innocent people are being slaughtered. There is a hopeless exodus from Jammu and Kashmir. The Modi government, which is always talking about security, is nowhere to be found”, Randeep Surjewala, the party’s main spokesperson, stated.

Congress further said that once Article 370 was repealed, the Modi government made lofty statements about eliminating terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.

The situation in Jammu and Kashmir is getting worse by the day, and both Kashmir and Kashmiriyat are in jeopardy. “No one knows where the BJP, which has been conducting politics in the name of Kashmir for years, has gone”, the party stated on Twitter.

Thousands of migrant laborers and their families have fled Kashmir, with more on their way, after the targeted deaths of non-locals by terrorists in recent weeks.

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Locals In J&K’s Forest Have Been Requested To Stay Indoors Due To Anti-Terror Operations

People were warned over public address systems in mosques in Bhata Dhurian and surrounding regions as security forces prepared for the last attack on militants.

As the counter-insurgency operation in the woods of Jammu and Kashmir’s twin border districts of Poonch and Rajouri began its ninth day Wednesday, officials urged residents to stay indoors for their protection.

Officials stated that people were warned via public address systems in local mosques in Bhata Dhurian and other regions as security forces prepared for the last attack against terrorists thought to be hiding in the jungles of Mendhar in Poonch district.

Paramilitary forces rushed to J&K as Centre anticipates Pakistan's 'violent  reaction' - The Hindu

Residents have been urged not to travel into the woodland area and to keep their animals at their houses due to the continuing operation, they said. Those who have gone outdoors have been urged to come home with their pets, according to authorities.

While a Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) and four other security personnel were killed in a fierce gunfight at the start of the counter-insurgency operation in Poonch’s Surankote forest on October 11. Four other soldiers, including another JCO, were killed in another encounter Thursday afternoon in Mendhar’s Nar Khas forest that after security forces extended the cordon and search operation.

On October 11, security troops engaged fleeing militants in the nearby Thanamandi forest in the Rajouri district, but the terrorists managed to flee.

Officials stated the whole forest belt is still under a tight security cordon to kill the terrorists, adding that the location is steep and the forest is dense, making the operation tough and hazardous.

Bhata Dhurian arrested eight individuals, including a lady and her son, for interrogation in connection with giving logistical assistance to terrorists. According to the officials, it is yet unknown if the assistance was offered freely or under coercion.

The existence of terrorists in the forest region linking Poonch and Rajouri was discovered two and a half months ago, according to Deputy Inspector General of Police, Rajouri-Poonch range Vivek Gupta, and tactical operations were begun to track them down.

“The combined security grid was following several terrorist organizations, but depending on the terrain of the region, operations might take time. Based on intelligence inputs, contact with the terrorists was established three times during the operation’s early stages “The terrorists are holed up, the officer added, and the combined forces are on the job to carry the operation to its natural conclusion.

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4 Terrorists Linked To Migrant Workers’ Murders Killed In J&K Encounters

Two terrorists were killed in a gunfight in Kulgam district, while two more were killed in an encounter at Dragad in Shopian.

In back-to-back confrontations in Jammu and Kashmir’s Shopian and Kulgam districts, four Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorists who were involved in the recent deaths of three migrant laborers were shot dead, police said.

In addition, one army man was killed and two more were injured in combat.

Two terrorists were killed in a gunfight in Kulgam district, while two more were killed in an encounter at Dragad in Shopian.

According to Vijay Kumar, Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Kashmir, 17 terrorists have been killed in 11 encounters in the previous two weeks.

Karnveer Singh, a 25-year-old army man from the 44 Rashtriya Rifles, was killed in the Shopian operation.

Centre sending more troops to J&K as terrorists target civilians | NewsBytes

The Centre is sending more troops to J&K in response to an increase in civilian deaths and encounters with terrorists.

The federal government has decided to send more troops to Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of targeted killings and clashes between security personnel and militants.

According to reports, an official message would be issued soon to send approximately 25 companies of troops to Jammu and Kashmir to provide security to civilians and support other forces in the fight against terrorists.

According to sources, the decision was made at a high-level assembly in light of the current situation. “Given the current condition of things, over two dozen CRPF companies will be relocating to Jammu and Kashmir from all across the country.”

“An official message to maneuver these soldiers might be launched quickly,” sources inside the government told Information 18.

According to sources, planning for housing, transportation, and other logistics has already begun. The process of alerting companies that will be attending J&Okay has also begun.

“A high-level assembly decided the phase. The official said that “preparations may be done swiftly, and an official communication can be launched in a matter of days.”

Kuldeep Singh, the Director-General of the Central Reserve Police Force, is already in Jammu and Kashmir, where he is overseeing operations and the situation alongside other top commanders from the largest paramilitary operation.

The DG is expected to remain there till House Minister Amit Shah arrives in J&K for his visit on October 23-25.

Two suspected terrorists were killed in an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Shopian region on Wednesday, according to authorities. Following information regarding the presence of militants in the Dragad space of Shopian district, security officers started a cordon and search operation, according to a police official. Meanwhile, the Indian military’s longest operation in the last ten years is taking place in the Mander area.

According to Jammu and Kashmir police, 15 terrorists have been slain in the last two weeks, while 11 civilians — mostly non-locals — have been murdered in the last 15 days.

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