02 October 2022 News

News Briefs for 02 October 2022

Cop Killed, CRPF Personnel Injured In Pulwama Attack

Srinagar , October 02 : A policeman was killed and a CRPF personnel injured in a militant attack in Pulwama district of South Kashmir on Sunday, police said. The attack took place in Pinglana area of the south Kashmir district. “Terrorists fired upon a joint Naka party of CRPF & Police at Pinglana, Pulwama.

BJP trying to pitch Gujjars against Paharis in Jammu: Mehbooba

Srinagar , October 02 : PDP president Mehbooba Mufti alleged on Sunday that the BJP is trying to pitch Gujjars against Paharis in the Jammu region and appealed to the communities to stand united to foil its designs. “There is a lot of tension in the Pir Panjal region for the last few days since there is a talk of reservation to the Pahari community. Brothers have been turned into foes and they are baying for each other’s blood.

LeT militant killed in Shopian gunfight: Police

Anantnag , October 02 : A Lashkar-e-Toiba militant was killed in a gunfight with government forces on Sunday, here in Shopian district in south Kashmir, police said. The slain militant was identified as Naseer Ahmad Bhat, a resident of Nowpora locality in Baskuchan area of Shopian district. He was a categorised militant and was wanted in several terror crimes, a police spokesperson said, adding, He was affiliated with the militant outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba.

Accused Involved in Twin Udhampur Blasts held: DGP

Srinagar , October 02 : Jammu & Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbagh Singh on Sunday said that an accused involved in twin Udhampur bus blasts has been arrested. Addressing press conference here at Jammu, he said that the police had formed multiple teams including the personnel of other agencies, and were investigated the matter though various angles and it to came to fore that one accused Mohamad Amin Bhat is involved in these blasts. "Bhat is involved in these blasts.

Pak based terrorist mastermind of Udhampur attacks: Police

Jammu , October 02 : A surrendered terrorist of Hijbul Mujahidin (HM), who is now linked to Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), has been arrested in the Udhampur twin blasts case, police said. Two people were injured in as many explosions in two buses—JK14D-6857 and JK14C 3636—one of them parked near a petrol pump and the other at Udhampur Bus Stand, within a gap of eight hours on September 28 and 29. Sharing the details about the recent arrest during a press conference here, ADGP Jammu Mukesh Singh said that the twin blasts were carried out on the directions of a Pakistan based mastermind, Mohammad Amin Bhat alias Khubaib, who was also involved in planting a sticky bomb at Salathia Chowk area of Udhampur earlier in March this year.