Top LeT terrorist Waseem among 2 killed in Pulwama

Two Lashkar-e Taiba Militants Killed In Encounter In Kashmir's Pulwama

According to police spokesperson, "Lashkar's district commander, Waseem Ahmad Shah alias Abu Usama Bhai, son of Ghulam Mohammad Shah resident of Heff Shirmal, Shopian, was killed along with an associate Nisar Ahmad Mir son of Abdul Hameed Mir, a resident of Litter village of Pulwama in an ensuing encounter".

IG Khan said that Shah and one of his close aides were killed during a joint operation launched by the J&K Police, Army and the CRPF after specific info was received about there presence in the Litter village in Pulwama.

He was found at a hideout at Litter and police and its special operation group team cordoned off the area, police said.

Police said Shah, a college dropout, was responsible for recruiting young people to join the LeT and had planned several attacks on security forces. "Well done JKP boys and other SF (security forces)", he tweeted.

The IGP said another militant killed in gunfight Nisar had joined militancy early this year.

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As news of the militants' death spread, people from adjoining villages gathered in large numbers and pelted stones at security forces.

The latest encounter comes just five days after a top commander of Jaish-e-Mohammed, Umer Khalid, a Pakistani national was killed in an encounter with security forces in north Kashmir's Sopore area. Mir succumbed to injuries at a hospital here.

After the civilian was killed in clashes, authorities suspended mobile internet services in south Kashmir's Pulwama district. A Bomb Disposal Squad was rushed to the area, who defused the device, police said.

Meanwhile, militants in the evening attacked a police vehicle at Damhal Hanjipora in south Kashmir's Kulgam district.