Three militants killed in Kashmir, four soldiers including captain

The army foiled a large infiltration of militants from across the border on Sunday midnight in the Machhel sector of Kupwara district in Kashmir. During these three terrorists were killed, but three army personnel including a captain and a constable of the Border Security Force (BSF) were killed. According to defense spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia, two army personnel have also been injured in the action.

In search of terrorists, the army has started a major operation along the Line of Control, which was continued till late at night. Army helicopters are being taken in it and search dogs have also been launched. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha while paying tribute to the martyred soldiers said that they have made the supreme sacrifice for the country. BSF's 169th Battalion patrol in the Machhel sector witnessed some agitation along the Line of Control around 1 pm on Sunday.

The vigilant soldiers immediately took the front and warned the militants infiltrating the two teams, but they opened fire. The Pakistani army was also supporting them, in this action, a terrorist got killed on the spot, but other terrorists entered Indian territory. It is said that Tripura resident BSF constable Sudeep Sarkar kept fighting even after firing bullets. Eventually, he became a martyr. An AK-47 rifle, two bags, and other belongings were recovered from the scene. The firing stopped at around four in the morning.
After this, the Army and BSF soldiers launched a search operation up to several km inside the LoC. The soldiers surrounded the militants near the one and a half kilometer area of ​​the LoC at around 10:30 in the morning. Three soldiers of the Madras Regiment, including Army Captain Ashutosh, were killed and two were injured in the firing from both sides. Two terrorists were killed. Naiduniya, Indore: An ashram, built due to its political connections and encroached on government land in Jambudi Hapsi village of Indore district by Computer Baba (Namdev Das Tyagi), who has been given the status of Minister of State in both BJP and Congress governments in Madhya Pradesh, on Sunday morning.

The district administration collapsed. On protesting, the police arrested seven people including Baba in fear of breach of peace and Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Rajesh Rathore, present on the spot, heard the order to send them to jail. It is said that this land was given by the District Planning Committee in the year 2000 for the operation of the cowshed. Officials said that Baba was first served notice to remove the encroachment.

In order to evict the government land was also imposed, imposing a penalty of two thousand rupees. Despite this, Baba did not remove the encroachment. It is said that Baba occupied the government land and built an air-conditioned room in the ashram, and also collected goods of convenience. Gun from Ashram: A 315 bore gun and air gun has also been found from the ashram. According to the Gandhi Nagar police station in-charge, Baba had an arms license. The police are now investigating its validity.