Top commander and deputy of militant group in Jammu Kashmir killed by Police
Indian police in Kashmir has stated that the top commander of an alleged militant group and his assistant, purportedly involved in target killings in Kashmir, has been killed in a shootout.
Kashmir police Chief Vijay Kumar stated that the Chief of the militant group The Resistance Front (TRF), Abbas Sheikh and Saqib Manzoor were executed during a shootout in Srinagar, Kashmir.
Chief Vijay Kumar said the activists were intricate in a lot of target killings, including the murders of Babar Qadri, a famous lawyer, and a few workers of the country’s ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP).
Pakistan and India have disputed Kashmir since the end of British rule in 1947. Both countries have been claiming its territory but rule it in parts.
More than thousands of Kashmiris have been killed in more than three decades of insurrection in the Indian occupied Kashmir.
Indian Army positioned in disputed region of Kashmir has killed and assaulted Kashmiris since the separation.
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