Two Newly Recruited Militants Surrender In North Kashmir: Police

SRINAGAR: In a rare incident after militants were encircled by forces in Tujjar area of North Kashmir’s Sopore surrendered before security forces on Thursday.

Mother hugs her son after he surrendered in front of forces in Tujjar area of Sopore on Thursday, October 22, 2020. KL Image by Junaid Bhat

Inspector-General of Police Kashmir Vijay Kumar told news agency GNS that after Newly recruited militants of Al-Badr were encircled by forces on a tip-off surrendered before Police and Army.

IGP further said that we brought their families to the encounter site to persuade them to surrender, eventually, they surrendered before Police and army.

Congratulations to their families and newly recruited militants should come back into the mainstream, the IGP added.

An army officer talking to mother of youth who has surrendered during CASO in Tujjar village of Sopore on Thursday, October 22, 2020. KL Image by Junaid Bhat

Earlier, a joint team of forces had launched a cordon and search operation after getting specific information about the presence of some militants in Tujjar area.

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