Six terrorists killed in Jammu-Kashmir

Srinagar: Six terrorists were killed in action by the security forces at Avantipur in the Pulwama district of Kashmir. The slain terrorists include aids of the Al Qaeda terrorist Zakir Musa. While the security forces were eliminating the terrorists in Kashmir, Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan discussed the matter with the UN General Secretary over the telephone. It is reported that the Pakistan Prime Minister claimed that India is killing human rights in Jammu and Kashmir.

terrorists, jammu, kashmirSix terrorists from the Ansar Ghazwat ul Hind, connected with the Al Qaeda were hiding at Avantipur in the Pulwama district. On receiving this information, the security forces swung into action. All the six terrorists were killed in the encounter that ensued. There are no losses reported for the security forces. The slain terrorists are claimed to be associated with Zakir Musa of Al Qaeda. The security forces have initiated an aggressive campaign to eliminate terrorists in south Kashmir. It is being said that if the terrorists are eliminated at such a rapid pace, the area will very soon be free of terrorists.

Pakistan has become extremely restless with this Indian campaign against terrorists. A few days ago, action had been taken against the crowd pelting stones at the security forces in support of the terrorists. A few people had been killed in action. Pakistan is making a fuss that the security forces are killing citizens, referring to the incident. Pakistan Foreign Minister, Shah Mohammad Qureshi has said that Pakistan will be raising this issue in the United Nations. Whereas, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had a telephonic discussion with UN General Secretary, Antonio Guterres regarding the matter.

The UN spokesman gave this information. But the spokesman said that there was nothing special about this and the UN General Secretary routinely talks to the heads of State. But it has been observed once again that the Pakistan Prime Minister has tried to incite India raising the Kashmir issue.