Anantnag Encounter Update: After the encounter in Kokernag, Anantnag, the army’s action against the terrorists continues for the sixth consecutive day. The search operation in the mountains was launched at 7 am on Monday. There have been three shootings in the forests since morning. The Kokernag operation is technically one of the most advanced operations ever.
This is the longest anti-terror operation since 1995. Colonel Manpreet Singh, Major Ashish, Rifleman Ravi Kumar and Jammu and Kashmir Police DSP Humayun Bhat were killed in an encounter with terrorists in Kokernag on September 13. Since then, this operation is being run to eliminate the terrorists.
DNA test will be done on the body
Along with the search for the second terrorist, efforts are being made to find the body of the soldier identified by the drone at a different place, which has not been recovered yet. Also, mopping operations are going on in these forests since Monday morning and the blasts that are taking place are being told that the shells of the bomb are being destroyed without being exploded. It is expected that the campaign may end today. On the other hand, Jammu and Kashmir LG Manoj Sinha said that terrorists will not be spared and the sacrifice of the army will be fully accounted for.
Special unit of Cobra Forces sent to Kashmir
On the other hand, the special unit of CRPF’s Cobra Commando Forces has been sent to Jammu and Kashmir. COBRA is keeping a special eye on the ways terrorists attack security forces by hiding in the forest and mountains. If there is a need for an operation against the terrorists, then it will also help the forces present there.
Cobra commandos have expertise in jungle and guerrilla warfare battles, so Cobra commandos can be launched in battle. For the last few days, terrorists have been hiding in the forests and mountains of Jammu and Kashmir and attacking the security forces. Cobra is a special force to deal with Naxals.