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News Briefs for 08 June 2022

Terrorists Involved In Killings Of Amreen, Rahul Bhat Killed: Vijay Kumar

Srinagar 07 Jun: Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, Zone, Vijay Kumar on Tuesday said terrorists involved in the killings of TV Artist Amreen Bhat and a revenue department employee Rahul Bhat were killed while terrorists involved into of Bank Manager have been identified. 'Two terrorists involved into the killing of TV artist Amreen Bhat have been eliminated,' Vijay Kumar said adding that one among the two terrorists was also killed who is involved into the killing of Kashmir Pandit revenue employee Rahul Bhat

Shopian Police Crack IED Blast Case, 4 Militants, Associates Held: IGP Kashmir

Srinagar 07 Jun: Inspector general of police Kashmir zone, Vijay Kumar on Tuesday said that Shopian police have cracked a recent militant attack case by arresting fours militants and associates involved in the crime. Kashmir zone police, while quoting IGP said that Shopian police have cracked the recent militant attack case in which militants used IED in a vehicle at Sedow village of the district. He said that in the incident one soldier was killed while others were injured. 'All four militants and associates have been arrested by shopian police.' IGP congratulated Shopian police team for cracking the case in shortest possible time.

200 KP Teachers Shifted To Safer Locations In Kashmir

Srinagar 07 Jun: The Jammu and Kashmir administration has transferred around 200 Kashmiri Pandit teachers from vulnerable areas to 'safer locations' in Srinagar and elsewhere following a spate of targeted attacks in the Kashmir valley. An official from Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) told Kashmir Observer that majority of these teachers have been posted in Srinagar. The teachers, who have been recruited under the Prime Minister's special employment package have been posted in high security zone areas such as Badamibagh, Batwara and Athwajan, Jawahar Nagar, Rajbagh and Barzulla, he said.

Four arrested for IED blast in Shopian: Police

Srinagar 07 Jun: Four persons have been arrested in connection with an improvised explosive devices (IED) attack that took place in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir last week, in which an army soldier was killed, police said on Tuesday. #ShopianPolice cracked recent #terror attack case in which terrorists used IED in a vehicle at Shedow Shopian, in which one soldier was #martyred and others were injured. All 04 #terrorist/associates have been arrested.

More than 12 held in crackdown on militant network in J&K

Srinagar 07 Jun: Over a dozen people have been detained by police during raids across Jammu and Kashmir for allegedly being in touch with militant commanders in Pakistan, officials said on Tuesday. The police said many recent target killings and other militancy crimes have taken place at the behest of these commanders using local hybrid militants. Police has rounded up a number of individuals and initiated legal action against them as they have been found to be in contact with militant commanders based in Pakistan, the officials said.

Situation deteriorated in Kashmir since abrogation of Art 370: Congress

Jammu 07 Jun: Claiming that Kashmiri Pandits and non-locals have become more vulnerable and unsafe in Kashmir under the central rule, the Congress on Tuesday targeted the BJP and said the security scenario has deteriorated since the abrogation of Article 370 even though the ruling party promised otherwise. The opposition Congress said the recent spate of targeted attacks have exposed the BJPs tall claim of normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir. Why minorities and others, including Kashmiri Pandits, became more vulnerable and unsafe in Kashmir under the BJP regime, especially post August 5, 2019?

UN Must Ensure 'human Rights' In Kashmir, Says German Foreign Minister

Srinagar 07 Jun: German foreign minister Annalena Baerbock has undertaken her first visit to South Asia by setting foot in Pakistan. And proverbially, she may have also put it in her mouth, as far as 'close strategic partner' India is concerned. At a joint press conference with her Pakistani counterpart, Bilawal Bhutto, in Islamabad on Tuesday, Baerbock assured journalists that the UN has a role to play in ensuring 'human rights' in 'Kashmir', and that a 'constructive approach from both sides' is the only way to improve relations between Pakistan and India.