Army's action against terrorists is going on in Jammu and Kashmir. At the same time, terrorists from across the border are also continuously targeting the laborers. Meanwhile, two laborers of Uttar Pradesh have died in the terrorist attack in Shopian. Both of them were residents of Kannauj district of UP. At the same time, the Kashmir Police has arrested a terrorist by siege.
Both the deceased laborers were residents of Kannauj
Kashmir Zone Police said in a tweet on Tuesday that, 'Terrorists threw a grenade at Harman, in which two laborers from Uttar Pradesh, Manish Kumar and Ram Sagar were injured. He was taken to the hospital where he died. Both were residents of Kannauj. At present, the army has cordoned off the area to nab the terrorists.
Hybrid #terrorist of proscribed #terror outfit LeT Imran Bashir Ganie of Harmen #Shopian who lobbed grenade #arrested by Shopian police. Further #investigation and raids are going on: ADGP Kashmir@JmuKmrPolice https://t.co/nP8xixR8GG— Kashmir Zone Police (@KashmirPolice) October 17, 2022
One terrorist of terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba arrested
Director General (ADGP), Kashmir, Vijay Kumar said in a tweet, "Shopian Police has arrested one terrorist involved in the attack. This terrorist is a hybrid terrorist of banned terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba Imran Bashir Ghani. After interrogating this, preparations are being made to arrest other terrorists. Police said that further investigation and raids are going on.
Who are 'hybrid' terrorists
Police further said that after the attack, a cordon and search operation was launched in the area. During this, a local 'hybrid' terrorist of the banned organization Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) has been arrested. In fact, "hybrid" terrorists are people who often return to normal life after committing such suicide attacks.
Actually, this is not the first case of terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir. Earlier on October 15, a Kashmiri Pandit Puran Krishna Bhat was shot dead near his house in Chaudhary Gund in South Kashmir district. After this incident, Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti (KPSS), an organization representing Kashmiri Pandits, said, 'Another Kashmiri non-migrant died in Chaudhary Gund in Shopian. The committee said that nothing has changed at ground zero.