Top JeM terrorist killed in Jammu and Kashmir's Ladoora area

Deepak, 09/10/2017
Top JeM terrorist killed in Jammu and Kashmir

Top Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist Khalid has been killed by security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Ladoora area.

Khalid's killing is a shot in the arm for the security forces as he was the operational head of the terrorist outfit in the Valley.

It is being said that the JeM commander had attacked a security convoy at 9 am on Monday, following which a gunbattle erupted.

Khalid reportedly died due to bullet injury which he suffered during exchange of firing between him and the security forces.

Few days ago, the top JeM terrorist had helped around 12 terrorists infiltrate into India.

Earlier in the day, terrorists gunned down an Army officer in Jammu and Kashmir's Badgam district.

Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) Raj Kumar was killed in Drung village when security forces launched an operation shortly after Sunday midnight, police sources said.

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