Srinagar: – There is no local terrorist left in Srinagar, in Jammu-Kashmir, following the killing of the Lashkar-Taiba commander. Vijay Kumar, Inspector General of Jammu-Kashmir Police, said that now, Srinagar is free of terrorists. Whereas, Dilbagh Singh, Director General of Jammu-Kashmir Police, said that violence has reduced in Jammu-Kashmir.
On Saturday, two Lashkar terrorists were killed, in Srinagar, in an encounter with the security forces. One of them was a Lashkar commander. Ishfaq Rashid Khan is the name of this terrorist. He is a local resident of Srinagar and was active in Lashkar since 2018. The Jammu-Kashmir police informed that there is no terrorist leader left in Srinagar, after killing him. The police clarified that it would be too early to say that Srinagar is free from terrorism.
In the last few weeks, the security forces have intensified their action against terrorism, in Jammu-Kashmir. From the beginning of this year, to date, the security forces have killed 140 terrorists. Dilbagh Singh, Director General of Jammu-Kashmir Police, said that violence has reduced in Jammu-Kashmir. Singh clarified that the law and order situation in the state of Jammu-Kashmir is improving. But Singh also said that there is an increase in the incidents of cross-border firing, from Pakistan, on the Line of Control in Jammu-Kashmir