Hizbul commander Riyaz Naiku was killed by safety forces in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district today. According to ANI, Joint Troops have additionally recovered the our bodies of two terrorists from the scene, considered one of them has been recognized as Hizbul Commander Riyaz Naiku. The CRPF says that the search is on. There is stone pelting.
The loss of life of Naiku, one of the vital needed terrorists of Kashmir, has given a serious blow to the terrorist group. Earlier in 2016, the military killed Hizbul commander Burhan Wani throughout an encounter. <! –
Indian Army spokesman Colonel Aman Anand mentioned, "Two militants have been killed by security forces in an operation in Begpora, Pulwama." In 24 hours, we killed a complete of 4 terrorists. The names of terrorists usually are not being launched. Weapons have been recovered from the scene.
#UPDATE Joint troops recovered our bodies of two terrorists, amongst them one has been recognized as Hizbul Commander Riyaz Naikoo. Search continues. Heavy stone pelting happening: Central Reserve Police Force https://t.co/FX4nWrkyl4
– ANI (@ANI) May 6, 2020
Security forces in Kashmir performed an enormous search operation (CASO) on Tuesday evening at Avantipora in Pulwama district. It is claimed that the Hizbul commander was trapped in his native village within the valley. In one other encounter, safety forces dropped different terrorists in Pulwama district. Naiku grew to become a serious terrorist within the valley after the loss of life of 33-year-old Naiku Burhan Wani. Naiku was positioned within the A ++ class within the checklist of terrorists.
Naiku was repeatedly selling Pakistani propaganda within the valley. He was an excellent supporter of Pakistan within the valley. He is concerned in lots of homicide instances, together with the killing of policemen. Naiku has launched a number of movies and audio threatening the military and the native police.
Encounter between safety forces and terrorists in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir, a terrorist pile up, firing continues