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SRINAGAR: Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist Waseem Mir of Srinagar’s Nowgam and two suspected Pakistani members of the banned outfit were killed in an overnight shootout that began on Thursday evening at Chadoora in Budgam district, about 20km from the J&K capital.
After Mir’s death, only one other terrorist from Srinagar is left in JeM, Kashmir range IGP Vijay Kumar said on Friday. He said 11 terrorists, including six of foreigners, were killed in encounters since January 1 this year in J&K.
Mir was said to be active since December 2020. He was wanted in the killing of police inspector Parvaiz Ahmad in June last year and a grenade attack on a CRPF bunker near Aali Masjid Chowk at Eidgah, Srinagar, in which a civilian and a policeman were wounded. He was also known for brainwashing central Kashmiri youths to join JeM, police said.
IGP Kumar said three AK-56 assault rifles were seized from the terrorists at Zolwa village of Chadoora after they were shot dead by a team of J&K police CRPF and Army personnel during a cordon and search in the area.
The terrorists fired indiscriminately and gave away their position when the security team approached the hideout. They were gunned down in retaliatory action. An Army officer suffered a “minor” splinter wound.
Civilians were evacuated to avoid collateral damage in the darkness. Police appealed to the people to cooperate till the area is cleared of explosives or any other dangerous materials.





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