‘Terrorists in Kashmir will not live to see this winter’ Army vows to wipe out militancy
Indian Army seems to have changed their stance towards the growing militancy in Kashmir valley after an aggressive operation on Saturday led to the encounter of top Hizbul commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat along with eight other militants.
The Army mounted an intensive search and kill operation against the holed up militants in Tral, Rampur area in the Valley on Saturday.
If the sources are to be believed, all Army units in Kashmir have taken a vow to eliminate every terrorist before winter descends into the Valley.
The security forces are adopting pre-emptive stance both along the LoC and in Kashmir, acting quick on intelligence to plug all loopholes for the militants to slip out.
STOP OR ELIMINATE
Close to 4,000 soldiers were moved in to Kashmir recently to check, curb and nip the terrorism in bud in addition to give protection to Amarnath Yatra pilgrims.
Following the influx, deployment on ground has also increased.
A recent report also stated that 150 Hizbul Mujhahideen militants are siting along the LoC on at the Pakistan Army location waiting to strike or trespass into Indian territory.