Three LeT militants killed during gunfight in Kashmir hideout

Photo related to encounter between security forces and militants in Kashmir valley.

Srinagar: After six hours of long gunfight between security forces and militants of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) resulted in killing of three terrorists of the India’s most wanted terrorists group in Jammu and Kashmir valley.

According to police the slain militants belongs to southern Kashmir and protest widespread across the valley after killing of these terrorists.

The local administration keeping security in mind puts ban on the use of mobile phones and internet services to prevent romours and details of the counter-insurgency operation on social media.

A police officer said, “Three militants of LeT have been killed by the security forces but search operation is still on”.

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After the news of the killing of militants spread, clashes between the security forces and the militants erupted who tried to march towards the site where the encounter took place in Arwani village of the Anantnag which is 40 kilometers from here.

The protesters stared pelting-stone at the security forces in the various other of part of the south Kashmir.

One of the most wanted militants in the state of LeT commander Abu Dujana, was earlier rumored to be among in the gunmen holed up in the house where the militants were hiding.

When the confusion over the Dujana aroused, some local said that he escaped from the hideout which is close to the ancestral Bijbehara town of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti.

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But there has been no confirmation news nor denied about Dujana if he was among the militants trapped since yesterday night.