3 JeM hideouts busted in Tral
Pulwama, Sep 04 (KNO): The government forces on Friday busted three militant hideouts of Jaish-e-Muhammad and recovered incriminating material in Tral area of Awantipora in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
Police officials told the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that on a creditable input, a Cordon and Search Operation (CASO) was launched by Awantipora Police, 42 RR and 180 BN CRPF in Buchoo and Kamla area of Tral.
“During the search in the area by the joint team of forces, three hideouts of JeM were busted. The joint team was able to recover incriminating materials from the hideout. The incriminating material has been taken into police custody for the purpose of investigation,” he said.
Police said that accordingly, a case under FIR number 78 of 2020 under relevant sections of law stands registered at Police Station Tral and investigation into the matter has been initiated
Meanwhile, police in a statement said that based on specific information regarding presence of militants of JeM in Buchoo, Kamla forests of Tral area of Awantipora, Police along with Army launched a search operation in the area.
During search in the area, three hideouts of JeM were busted and subsequently destroyed. “The joint team was able to recover incriminating materials including IED material from the hideouts. The incriminating material has been taken into Police custody for the purpose of investigation,” police spokesman said—(KNO)