An operation is underway in Anantnag to search for terrorists. Two army officers and a senior police officer were killed in a fierce encounter with terrorists. Colonel Manpreet Singh (left), Major Ashish Dhonak (right), and DSP Humayun Bhatt (center) were killed in a confrontation with terrorists.The situation in Anantnag district remains tense as security forces continue their efforts to eliminate the threat posed by terrorists. On Wednesday, they killed two army officers and a senior police officer in a swift encounter.In a fresh development in the Anantnag encounter, security forces have launched
Hunt on for terrorists after Army officers, cop killed in Anantnag | 10 point
a fresh operation on Friday morning in the dense forest area of Kokernag to eliminate terrorists, including a local Lashkar-e-Taiba operative, Uzair Khan. The operation to locate terrorists was stalled after the killing of a Colonel, Major, and a Jammu and Kashmir Police Superintendent on the night of Dussehra.Here are the latest developments in the Anantnag encounter:On Wednesday, a deadly encounter took place in Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir, where two Indian army officers and a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) were killed in a fierce encounter with terrorists. The deceased officers were identified as Colonel Manpreet Singh, Major Ashish Dhonak, and DSP Humayun Bhatt. Despite immediate assistance, they could not be saved from the intense attack by heavily armed terrorists.This attack is attributed to a faction of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), claiming that it was a reprisal for the killing of their leader, Riyaz Ahmad, in Pakistan-administered Kashmir (POK) earlier this month.