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Rajouri, September 6 The properties of terrorists who escaped to Pakistan from different regions of UT to seek refuge there are being attached, according to Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbagh Singh, and the process will continue.

“We have a list of J&K native terrorists who were active across the UT but went to Pakistan to seek safety there. According to the news source Kashmir News Observer (KNO), “Their properties are being attached, and the process will continue,” the DGP stated during a press conference in Rajouri. He said that these terrorists are being closely monitored as they remain seated over the LoC and continue to spread terrorism.


“They won’t get any leniency. They will be put to death if they attempt to return. These individuals are responsible for the efforts to revive terrorism in J&K, according to DGP Singh.

He said that the Rajouri Poonch range is home to 9–12 terrorists, the most of whom are thought to be foreigners. According to information, they were moving from the Kulgam-Shopian area to the Rajouri-Poonch range. One terrorist who had maybe escaped from the mountains was discovered dead in Reasi, he claimed, adding that “three of them have been slain, and the search is on to find others as well. A second person was killed in the encounter in Rajouri, while a third person was killed in the encounter in Reasi, where the operation is still going on.

The DGP commended the security forces—police, army, and CRPF—for their successful operations in the Rajouri-Poonch area and said that further operations will be conducted to find any remaining militants. When asked whether terrorism was reviving in the Rajouri-Poonch districts, he said, “We will not allow attempts from across the LoC to revive terrorism in Rajouri-Poonch range.”

Village Defence Committees (VDCs), according to the DGP, are becoming stronger day by day and are essential to counterterrorism activities. The DGP said that all significant efforts at infiltration were thwarted, and after recent review meetings, it was decided to deploy police with the army at various sites along the LoC to strengthen the “border grid.”

The difficulty, according to him, will continue as long as the agencies across from them don’t cease supplying drugs in consignments. “However, efforts made with drones were unsuccessful. Some people who live close to the border participate in the plan to import drugs. He said, “They are being discovered and will face the consequences.



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