J&K operation ends after all 3 LeT militants killed

Police on Saturday recovered bodies of three Lashkar-e-Taiba militants including top commander Junaid Mattoo from debris of a house that was damaged during yesterday's gunfight at Arwani village in south Kashmir's Anantnag district in Jammu and Kashmir.

Another daily Kashmir Life, said that several militants indiscriminately fired upon a police patrol party including a senior police officer, killing five of them on the spot.

Two civilians were also killed after forces opened fire to disperse protesters and stone-pelters trying to shield the militants and disturb the anti-militant operation. Search and combing operations are still going on in the village.

Reports said the LeT militants came in two vehicles and surrounded the jeep carrying SHO Feroz Ahmad Dar, and driver of the police jeep and four guards.

Two bodies were recovered Friday from the same area.

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Matoo succeeded Majid Zargar after the later along with his associate was killed in an encounter in the same village (Arwani) in November a year ago.

Meanwhile, dozens of people were injured after Indian Army and police personnel vandalized Turkewangam village in Shopian district Friday night, beating people ruthlessly and ransacked residential houses.

LeT district commander Junaid Matoo, who made headlines by attacking a police van and killing three policemen previous year, was among those slain.

Two suspected militants were also killed in the shootout, the officer said.

Khar, a resident of Kharpora Arwani area, was rushed to district hospital at Bijbehara where he was declared brought dead, police said. Two civilian youths are also reported killed.

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Authorities suspended mobile internet services in the Valley to prevent mobilisation of stonepelters and mobs.

They said mourners jostled to touch the faces of militants as they fired in the air.

Hurriyat leaders Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq and Yasin Malik have called for complete shutdown on July 17, against the killings of civilians stating that the government of India has unleashed war on the people of J&K.

Inspector-general of police Muneer Ahmed Khan said government forces cordoned off southern Arwani village on a tip that at least two Kashmiri rebels were hiding there.

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