India proud of J&K police, PM Modi says

Srinagar

Addressing annual DGP/IGP conference at Kevadiya in Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that the people of the country were proud of Jammu and Kashmir police for their role in “countering terrorism” in the State.

According to reports PM Modi made these remarks while addressing annual DGP/IGP conference at Kevadiya in Gujarat this afternoon on last day of the three-day conference, which was attended by top brass of police from various states of the country.

As a huge number of militants were killed during encounters from last many months, Modi said the people of the country are proud of the states police force for their role in countering militants and successfully engaging them.

Earlier, six militants identified as Soliha Mohammad Akhoon, son of Ghulam Mohammad Akhoon of Arampora, Rasik Mir, son of Ghulam Qadir, Rouf Mir, son of Ghulam Nabi, Umer Ramzan, son of Mohammad Ramzan Mir, residents of Dadsara, Nadeem Sofi, son of Mohammad Muzaffar Sofi of Batgund, Tral at present Dadsara and Faisal Javid Khanday, son of Javid Khanday of Amlar Awantipora, were killed during an encounter in Arampora village of Tral in south Kashmir.

All the six slain militants were associated with Zakir Musa led group Ansar Ghazat-ul-Hind.

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