India China Pakistan News Update; Air Force’s MiG 29 fighter aircraft in Ladakh, terrorists encounter in Jammu Kashmir Pulwama
Tensions with China have continued in Ladakh for the past several months. Meanwhile, MiG-29s of the Air Force flew from Leh airbase.
- The army on Saturday recovered 4 AK-47 rifles and 240 rounds of bullets in the Keran sector.
- Air force MiG-29 flew from Leh airbase of Ladakh on Saturday amidst ongoing tension from China
An encounter between security forces and militants took place on Saturday in districts of Kulgam and Pulwama. Meanwhile, 4 militants were killed by the security forces. An AK-47 has been recovered from them. On the other hand, the army failed to send arms and ammunition from Pakistan to Jammu and Kashmir. The Army on Saturday recovered 4 AK-47 rifles and 240 rounds of bullets in the Keran sector.
Meanwhile, the Air Force MiG-29 flew from Leh airbase of Ladakh on Saturday. Tensions with China have continued in Ladakh for the past several months. Meanwhile, the Airforce is continuously carrying out its operations here.
Two terrorists involved in killing police officer
The terrorists killed in Kulgam belonged to Jaish-e-Mohammed. One of them was Tariq Ahmad Mir of Kulgam and the other was a Pakistani citizen, whose name is Sameer Bhai alias Usman. He was involved in the murder of Khurshid Ahmed, a police officer in Mir Bazaar. Apart from this, the sarpanch was also involved in the attack on Arif Ahmed. During the encounters in Pulwama and Kulgam, AK 47 rifles and ammunition were recovered from the terrorists.
One of the two terrorists killed in Pulwama is the top commander of Lashkar-e-Taiba. She has Nazir Bhat alias Zahid Tiger.
Attempt to smuggle arms in Kupwara via tube
Pakistan was trying to send weapons on behalf of the Line of Control (LoC) in Kupwara district of North Kashmir. According to officials, the jawans found two-three people suspicious, who were trying to send some items to the tube. These goods were being sent with the help of rope over the Kishanganga River. After this, Army soldiers reached there and confiscated all these items.
There is no change in the plans of Pakistan
The army official said that this was Pakistan’s second attempt to carry weapons in the valley in recent times, which was thwarted. Lieutenant General BS Raju of Kashmir-based Chinar Corps said that there has been no change in the plans of Pakistan. We will continue to thwart his efforts in future also.
Pakistan’s aim is to keep people involved in terrorism
In the recent days, such efforts have been made in Kashmir’s Keran, Tangdhar and Jammu sectors, the official said. Apart from this, an attempt has also been made to send weapons to Punjab. The purpose of Pakistan is always to keep the people of Kashmir entangled in terrorism. Every effort is to thwart such efforts so that the loss of our people is minimized. We also need people’s support in this so that we can stop terrorism.