Two boys rescued from clutches of militants in Reasi
Jammu: Two Kashmiri boys have been rescued
from the clothes of militants in a joint operation by the
security forces and police in Reasi district.
Acting on a tip-off, police and 61 Rastriya Rifles (RR)
raided a water mill Monday night, where two new militant
recruits -- both Kashmiris -- were kept by the ultras in
Musara forest belt in Reasi district, police said today.
18-year-old Imtiyaz Ahmed Malik and Mohmmad Altaf Lone,
17, of Kulgam district of south Kashmir were rescued from
there, they said, adding, however, the ultras managed to
escape from the spot before the raid.
Police have informed their families in this regard.
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