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Right now there are 250 terrorists in Kashmir and we will kill all of them- suggests Indian Army

Terrorists are making every single attempt to break the peace of the country. Well, it’s because of the Indian Security Forces, the country is maintaining its status quo loud and proud. Lashkar-e-Taiba is one of the largest and most active Islamic terrorism militant agency in South Asia, running mainly from Pakistan.

If sources are to be believed, there are close to 250 terrorists in Kashmir and most of them are hiding inside the houses. About, 120 of them are known to be active in the South of Kashmir, However, the Indian Army suggested that they would neutralize all of the terrorists just like they showcased their mettle in the previous 2 encounters.

Credits: Zee News

Indian Army emerged as victorious when they counter-attacked four ISIS terrorists in a biggest daredevilry terror strike between the security forces and terrorists in Anantnag’s Srigufwara area in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday. In the crack-down, ISIS terror commander Dawood Sofi along with his three helping hands were gunned down by the Indian Army.

Jammu & Kashmir DGP S.P. Vaid added that the terrorists reportedly connected to Islamic State Jammu & Kashmir (ISJK). The fierce encounter is currently underway in the region and also the internet services have been cut off to ensure safety.

On Sunday, two Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorists, including a suspected commander, were killed in a fierce encounter with security forces in Kulgam district of south Kashmir on Sunday. Indian Army never ceases to amaze us with their impeccable skills to knock down the enemies. Jai hind!

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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