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Joint ops launched to track killers of two jawans in J&K

A massive operation has been launched in Ramban district of Jammu & Kashmir to track down the militants responsible for killing two jawans of the Territorial Army on January one.



Jammu: A massive operation has been launched
in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir to track down the militants, including LeT commander Abu Moosa, responsible for killing two jawans of the Territorial Army on January one.

"A massive operation has been launched to track down the
militants responsible for the killing of two TA jawans in
Bhimdasa area of Gool belt in Ramban district," Army officials
told reporters.

A joint team of Rastriya Rifles and police, along with
tracker dogs, are conducting search operations in Kheori Kund,
Bhatpora, Bhimdasa and Gool areas of the district, they said.
The area comprises dense forests, deep valleys and rugged
mountains and the operation is very difficult, the officials
said.

Militants killed two jawans - Mohammad Sharief and
Mohammad Khalil of 163 Territorial Army (TA) Battalion when
they had gone for a specific operation in Khora-Baghpora area
in Bhimdasa belt of Gool tehsil in Ramban district on January
one.
Their bodies were recovered during an operation by the
Army, which also busted a hideout close to the area and
recovered two rifles - UMG and 303 rifle.

PTI

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