/ Two Pakistan nationals among 3 militants killed in Kulgam encounter: J & K Police

India Today : Feb 25, 2019, 02:24 PM

A deputy superintendent of police, an army jawan and the three Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) militants were killed during the encounter in district's Turigam area. Three slain militants were affiliated to proscribed terror outfit JeM. The militants have been identified as Raqib Ahmad Sheikh, a resident of Shiganpora in Kulgam & Pakistani nationals Waleed and Numan, they were involved in executing several terrorist attacks.

"The three terrorists killed have been identified as Raqib Ahmad Sheikh, a resident of Shiganpora in Kulgam, and incriminating material was recovered from the site of the encounter, the other two terrorists have been identified as Waleed and Numan, foreigners from Pakistan," the spokesman said.

He said, according to police records, the three slain militants were affiliated to proscribed terror outfit JeM.

"The two killed Pakistani terrorists, Waleed and Numan, as per police records, were top commanders of proscribed terror outfit JeM and were active in the southern parts of the Kashmir Valley.

"As per the police records, they were involved in conspiring and executing several terrorist attacks, and were wanted by the law for their complicity in a series of terror crimes, including attacks on security establishments and civilian atrocities. Several terror crime cases were registered against them for their terrorist activities," he said.

The spokesman said arms and ammunition, including rifles, were recovered from the encounter site.