A Garud commando of the Indian Air Force set out his life in the line of obligation.

Srinagar: Six best Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) psychological militant were gunned down in north Kashmir’s Bandipora area on Saturday in an experience in which a Garud commando of the Indian Air Force (IAF) was additionally killed. Among those killed incorporate Obaid, nephew of Mumbai assault engineer Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and the child of Jamat-ud-Dawa second-in-charge Abdul Rehman Makki.

Security powers cordoned off and propelled a hunt operation in Chandergeer town in Hajin zone of the locale subsequent to getting particular knowledge contribution about the nearness of activists in the territory.

The hunt operation brought about an experience when the activists covering up there let go on the pursuit gathering of the security powers, who struck back.

A Garud commando of the Indian Air Force set out his life in the line of obligation, while another fighter was harmed amid the experience.

Arms and ammo including Under-Barrel Grenade Launchers, AK-47s. 10 hand explosives were recuperated after Hajin experience yesterday.

The killed psychological oppressors included Zargam and Mehmood, the most needed activist commandants. Mehmood was the fundamental blamed in the slaughtering for BSF constable Mohommad Ramzan Parrey moniker Rameez on September 27 and executing of two Garud Commandos on October 11.

Guard Ministry Spokesman Col Rajesh Kalia said troopers of the Rashtriya Rifles (RR), Special Operations Group (SOG) of Jammu and Kashmir Police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) encompassed Chandergair town in Hajin range of Bandipora region, following data about the nearness of activists.

The Garud Commando Force is the uncommon powers unit of the IAF.

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