In an unsuccessful bid to derail elections terrorists intensify attacks

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[ September 28, 2018 ] Let the elections come closer, terrorists would further intensify attacks on police, security and election allied people to show their strength. But the fact is that majority of people have lost interest in this gimmick of azaadi and self determination after they had come to know that Pakistan will take a century to reach there where India is today. Above all this security forces are ready to deal with any situation at anytime and political will also is clear at present as less number of anti nationals are on power chairs. However, in Jammu and Kashmir, an Army jawan has been martyred while total three terrorists were killed in two separate encounters. The first encounter took place at Gazigund area of Anantnag district in which an army jawan was martyred.A miscreant was killed in Srinagar, Thursday morning after government forces launched cordon and search operation (CASO) and raided a house in Noorbagh area of the city, sources said. They said that Mohammad Saleem Malik (26) son of Mohammad Yaqoob Malik, resident of Noorbagh area of Srinagar, was killed after forces started searches. Local sources said that they heard the sound of a volley of bullets which was followed by a complete lull. Later they came to know that Saleem was hit by many bullets and had died. It was immediately not known under what circumstances Saleem was killed. Authorities snapped internet services in the Srinagar city fearing protests against the civilian killing. Meanwhile, two unidentified militants were killed in a fierce gunfight with government forces in Panzan village of this central Kashmir district triggering off massive protests that left over a dozen people injured. Official sources said that two unidentified militants were killed by army and special operations group (SOG) of police in the encounter that raged after a cordon and search operation (CASO) was launched in Panzan village here this morning. The killings set off massive protests in the area. Scores of people hit the streets and stage demonstrations to protest the killing of militants, witnesses tsaid. Chanting slogans, the protesters hurled rocks on the government forces sparking off clashes. The government forces, witnesses said lobbed tear gas canisters and fired pellets to disperse protesters. At least a of dozen people sustained injuries in the pitched battle. Four of the people with pellet injuries were removed to Srinagar hospital for treatment, witnesses said.