Jammu and Kashmir terrorism News
Electoral Office in Jammu and Kashmirhas authorised tehsildars to issue residency certificates to residents who have lived in the valley for more than a year They also provided a list of documents that will be accepted as proof of residency The proposal was made in response to reports that some eligible voters were having difficulty registering as voters due to a lack of requisite documentation
During the questioning, the duo revealed the involvement of another accused in the crime, who was also arrested. The IGP said the three men were lured into militancy by a commander of the proscribed terror outfit, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). They were tasked with carrying out a strike at the Krishna Dhaba, a popular eatery with tourists and locals.
Constable Suhail was the first one to succumb while his colleague, Constable Mohammed Yusuf, lost the battle of life as he was being wheeled into the operation theatre. Immediately after the incident, police teams rushed to the area and took into their possession recordings from CCTVs installed by shops and houses.
A top police official said, "Joint team of Police, Army and CRPF launched a cordon and search operation in Badigam after the tip-off of the presence of terrorists in the area." As the joint searching party cordoned the suspected spot, the terrorists hiding inside fired on searching party which was retaliated and an encounter started.”