Jammu Kashmir target that kills 5 more CRPF companies sent to address the situation


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Gaurav pandey
Updated Tuesday, November 9, 2021 06:51 PM IST

Summary

It has been decided to send five more CRPF companies here to deal with the incidents of killing of targets in Jammu and Kashmir. Recently, the central government has taken a tough stance on the rapid increase in terrorist incidents.

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The Central Government has taken a tough stance on the increasing incidents of targeted killings in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The government has sent five more CRPF (Central Reserve Police) companies to the Union Territory. According to the information, these CRPF companies will take care of the deployment in a week.

On Monday, terrorists shot dead a vendor at a Kashmiri Pandit store in the Bohri Kadal area of ​​Old Srinagar. After this incident, the tension has reached its peak here. One day before this incident, terrorists killed a policeman in the Batmaloo area of ​​Srinagar.

Regarding this, CRPF said that in view of the recent killings of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir, five additional companies of the force are being dispatched here. They will be deployed in a week. The CRPF also reported that a total of 112 terrorists have been killed and 135 have been arrested so far this year in the Union Territory.

The chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Ravindra Raina, accused Pakistan of being behind the incidents of targeted killings on the union’s territory. He said that there is a Pakistani conspiracy behind the slaughter of innocent civilians who are the target of terrorists in the Valley. He wants to disturb the peace here.

He said that Pakistan is the greatest enemy of Kashmiri Muslims and Islam. These terrorists are concerned about the successful counterterrorism operations of our security forces. That is why they are targeting ordinary people in the dark. He said that our security forces are committed to responding to terrorists, their supporters and those who are sympathetic to them.

A total of 33 civilians have died in Jammu and Kashmir in one year. Of these, 27 have been killed by terrorists. Terrorists have claimed 12 lives in Srinagar, four in Pulwama, four in Anantnag, three in Kulgam, two in Baramulla and one civilian each in Budgam and Bandipora. The murder of a salesperson on Monday is the thirteenth murder since October 1.

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The Central Government has taken a tough stance on the increasing incidents of targeted killings in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The government has sent five more CRPF (Central Reserve Police) companies to the Union Territory. According to the information, these CRPF companies will take care of the deployment in a week.

On Monday, terrorists shot dead a vendor at a Kashmiri Pandit store in the Bohri Kadal area of ​​Old Srinagar. After this incident, the tension has reached its peak here. One day before this incident, terrorists killed a policeman in the Batmaloo area of ​​Srinagar.

Regarding this, CRPF said that in view of the recent killings of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir, five additional companies of the force are being dispatched here. They will be deployed in a week. The CRPF also reported that a total of 112 terrorists have been killed and 135 have been arrested so far this year in the Union Territory.


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