July 2011-October 2011 Issue
July 9: A JeM commander Ahsan Bhai and his associate were killed in an encounter at Hajan Payeen, Rajpora in Pulwama. Interlocutors visited Reasi and Kathua. Mufti Mohd Sayed asked India and Pakistan to demonstrate flexibility and involve Kashmiris in talks. GOC 15 Corps reviewed security situation.
July 10: Two boys were killed as they fiddled with an explosive device in Tral. A live grenade was seized on IB in Reasi sector. A terrorist returned after leaving a young girl in PoK.
July 11: Interlocutors claimed consensus on many issues. Panun Kashmir described recruitment of migrant youth as mere tokenism. The US suspended USD 800 million military aid to Pakistan for not going full throttle in war on terror.
July 12: Two IEDs were recovered in Baramulla. Mirwaiz Umar described talks through interlocutors as farce.45 terrorists were killed in a drone attack in Pakistan.
July 13: Six people were injured as an explosive device went of while the debris of the July nine encounter site was being cleared by the house owner. Interlocutors claimed that violence and militancy have failed and there was consensus on dialogue and majority wanted unity of the state. 21 people were killed and 141 injured in three blasts as terrorists struck in Mumbai.
July 14: Eight people including an LeT commander were charge sheeted in the killing of cleric Maulana Showkat but the name of Ashiq Hussain Faktoo, husband of Aisya Andrabi, who was claimed by police to be involved in the killing, didn’t figure in the list.PM said that the government will do everything to prevent terrorist attacks in future while P Chidambaram said that all groups hostile to India are on the radar of investigation in the Mumbai attacks.
July 15: Five terrorists and a Jawan were killed and five Army men including a captain were injured in an encounter at Maidanpora in Lolab, Kupwara.Arms and ammunition were recovered in Reasi.
July 16: LeT leader Al-Kama was eliminated in an encounter in Keshwan, Kishtwar. Forces claimed to have eliminated entire LeT leadership in Lolab and Sopore. GOC 16 Corps claimed that 450 ultras are in 42 Pak training camps.
July 17: A large quantity of arms and ammunition was recovered as a terrorist hideout was destroyed in Mahore, Reasi. Massive search has been launched on Kathua-Punjab border after inputs about movement of terrorists in the area.Police has released a sketch of a suspect in Mumbai blasts. Indo-Pak officials are to discuss CBMs on cross-LoC trade. A jawan killed in an encounter in the state was cremated in Rajasthan.
July 18: Another consignment of arms and ammunition was recoverd from a hideout in Budhal, Rajouri. Six guns have been seized from siz security personnel at Railway Station, Jammu fir verification as they might have been cheated by the Gun Houses.
July 19: A cop was injured as terrorists ttacked him in his house in Ganderbal district. A woman terrorist Quartul-Ain of Jalalabad, Sopore was remanded to police custody. The terrorists reportedly roaming in Dhar area are in possession of satellite telephone. GoC 15 Corps said that more infiltration attempts are expected in the coming months. US secretary of State asked Pakistan not to give safe havens to terrorists.
July 20: Two HM terrorists were arrested in Baramulla while seven more girls were quizzed for terrorist links. SAS Geelani was detained after his supporters clashed with Police in Anantnag. Scribes, Mirwaiz and other leaders may be quizzed for Fai links. Experts in Washington opined that another terrorist attack may derail Indo-Pak talks.
July 21: An IED was defused on Poonch-Mendhar road while arms and explosives were recovered in Reasi and Poonch districts. Owner of the vehicle used in Sopore fire has been identified. A cop reportedly died in accidental fire in Kashmir. Kashmiri terrorists are reportedly eying Doda belt and are making frequent trips to the area. Fai, the alleged ISI agent, roped in many Indian journalists for anti-India cause.
July 22: Two people were injured in mine explosions near LoC inPoonch. Protests broke out in Kulgam against alleged abduction and gang rape 0f a Gujjar woman Rukaya Bano by Army. The state government is to approach centre for implementation of the recommendations of five WGs.
July 23: Two LeT terrorists were killed in Handwara Kupwara. Two youth were killed as they fiddled with an explosive material in Rafiabad, Baramulla. Kulgam rape case took new turn as husband and mother-in-law of the alleged victim claimed her mentally ill. Arms and ammunition were recovered from Poonch and Kishtwar districts while seven swords were recoverd from an Amarnath bound yatri bus at Bhagwati Nagar, Jammu. Ram jethmalani described peaceful solution of Kashmir must for Indo-Pak peace. Sri Sri Ravishanker favoured continuation of dialogue with Pakistan.
July 24: A civilian was shot dead in Sopore by terrorists while an SPO had a narrow escpe as terrorists attacked them in Hajan,Bandipore. Arms were yet again recovered in Poonch while the body of a terrorist was recovered after two months of his death. While India has sought clarification to some Queries from Pakistan in 2008 Mumbai attack, AJudicial Commission is to visit India to quiz 26/11 attack witness.
July 25: An Army Jawan was arrested for eve teasing in Pattan, Baramulla. India goes ahead with civilian expedition to Saichen ignoring Pak objections. DG of CRPF said that the force is trying hard to maintain peace in Kashmir. Jammat-ud-Dawah chief vowed to enter India through J&K.
July 26: Two HM terrorists were killed in Kishtwar. Two people were arrested in R S Pura and fake currency was recovered from their possession. On the eve of Indo-Pak talks, Pakistan FM met both factions of Hurriayat who reportedly sough Pak intervention in release of Fai.
July 27: A JCO was killed in a gun battle near LoC in Kupwara. A Poonnch youth was held and six others detained in Mumbbai for questioning in connection with 13/7 serial blasts. India and Pak unveiled a number of CBMs on cross LoC trad as two FMs met.
July 28: Polioce filed a chargesheet against the Army Jawan accused of misbehaving with a girl in Pattan while a man was held for instigating Kulgam woman. Farooq Abdullah described it Pakistan’s compulsion to talk to separatists. PM accepted invitation to visit Pakistan.
Jule 29: Tragedy was averted on NH as three IEDs were detected in a passenger bus at Quazigund and subsequently defused. Two Jawans were injured in Rajouri as the gun of another Jawan went off accidentally while traveling. Mirwaiz accused mainstream politicians of pursuing Indian point of view and asked Pakistan not to talk to them.
July 30: Two Army personnel were killed asa major infiltration bid was foiled in Kupwara; a terrorist was killed in same district.A Bakerwal boy dodged terrorists and escaped with an AK-47 as two terrorists sneaked into Banihal area.
July 31: Sopore witnessed tension after the death of a civilian allegedly in police custody even thoug government orderd probe and suspended Incharge and attached Dy SP. Death toll rose to thre as one more Jawan was killed in Kupwara encounter. A mortar shell was defused near IB in Arnia sector. After Fai case, the financial brin of Hurriyat Nasir Safi Mir, accused of making payments to sepratists, has reportedly escaped to Gulf after jumping parole.
Aug. 1: An explosive device was defused on Jammu-Poonch road. An arms haul was recovered on Budha Amarnath route. Sopore andsome other towns in the valley observed shutdown against alleged custodial death in Sopore. Army Chief Gen. S K Singh reviewed security situation in the Valley.
Aug. 2: Police fired in air as angry mob attacked PDP MLA’s at Sopore even as government transferred SP Sopore. Mirwaiz threatened violent protests if restrictions on sepratists continued. A Pakistani youth crossed over to this side while two girls crossed over the LoC in Poonch sector.
Aug. 3: A terrorist was killed in Kupwara and life remained paralysed by stricke and stone-pelting in Sopore.Farooq Abdullah accused vested interest for exploiting Sopore incident. Geelani’s aide was among four chargesheeted in an alleged hawala racket. Police arrested an Let terrorist Mushtaq Ahmed of Budhan, Reasi who had been staying in Jammu for more than three years and has even married a Gujjar girl.
Aug. 4: An LeT commander was among four terrorists killed across Kashmir valley.Police claimed to hsave wiped out LeT from Doda belt with the killing of LeT chief of Kishtwar and his associate. Police has decided to conduct census of unauthorized Basti’s to find out unwanted elements. Ahead of Independence Day, police has launched hunt for sleeper cells. Centre has announced 5000 scholarships for J&K students pursuing higher studies outside the state after passing 12th from J&KSBOSE.
Aug. 5: Two infiltration bids were foiled in Kashmir while four people were injured in protests and stone-pelting in Sopore and Srinagar. An OGW of HM was arrested in Kalakote. DG J&K Police said that 300 ultras are trying to enter the state.
Aug. 6: Two terrorists were killed in Surankote. Protesters clashed with cops in Srinagar while two cops were arrested for alleged custodial killing in Sopore. Govt. has sanctioned 20 new police stations and 0 posts as the major share goes to militancy-hit areas.
Aug. 7: the death toll in Kupwara operation going on for last two weeks rose to three with the killing of a n LeT commander today. One of the terrorists killed in Surankote turned out to be an Let Commander. Narco-terrorism networks have surfaced in Jammu and Delhi as drug operators are funding terrorists.
Aug. 8: An SPO and a TA Jawan were as they killed an insane youth in a fake encounter in Hari forests in Surankote on the intervening night of6-7 August to get promotion and rewards. Maisuma witnessed clashes after a youth’s arrest. The Delhi High Court upheld the dismissal of BSF men for a rape case in J&K and acquittal of an Al-Badar cadre in another case while the Apex Court said that cops involved in fake encounters should be hanged.
Aug. 9: Two SPO’s reportedly desertd DPL Kulgam along with rifles while two persons including a Panch were arrested from Kellar in south Kashmir. Two more people were arrested and four SPO’s detained in the alleged fake encounter case of Surankote.Pakistan has favoured an uninterrupted dialogue with India.
Aug.10: The SC upheld trhe death sentence of a terrorist in Red Fort attack case while a Delhi court acquitted two Pakistani’s in infamous Chatisinghpora case as the prosecution failed to produce evidence against them. The govt. said that about 40,000 people were killed in J&K violence in two decades. Army Chief visited forward areas to review situation and asked for ensuring safety of local population. Govt. has recommended rejection of Afzal Guru,s clemency petition. DM said that as per records 53 ultras tried to infiltrate till june 11 this year.
Aug.11: A terrorist was killed in Kupwara. Pak Army returned the woman who had inadvertently crossed LOC in poonch district. Army Chief said that the troops cannot afford to lower guard on border as terrorist camps are intact in Pakistan and PoK. Home Secretary R K Singh said that human rights violations cannot be tolerated and anybody found guilty of fake encounter or custodial death will be punished.
Aug. 12: Huge cache of arma and ammunition was recovered in Kupwara. Five people were injured as fresh clashes erupted in Nowhatta, Srinagar. People beeline to claim the slasin insane youth as their kin.
Aug.13: Grenades were fired on CRPF camps in Dal Lake area. Clashes were yet again witnessed in Maisuma area. Security forces recovered decomposed bodies of two terrorists in Kishtwar. SPO and TA jawan, involved inn the killing of insane youth, claimed that no other person was involved in the killing as samples of four civilians were taken for DNA test. Army claimed to have recovered 43 Kg explosives in Budgam district while CRPF said that a group of militants has intruded to create trouble. 6.36 lakh perform Yatra as the yearly Yatra concluded today.
Aug. 14: Arms were recovered in Kupwara. Police claimed that the dead bodies were of longest surviving terrorist Shabir Shah alias Khandey, reportedly active from1989, and of his associate Mushtaq Ahmed but said that DNA tests will be carried to confirm the same. Governer N N Vohra asked sepratists to come forward while CM asked them to join in positive manner and said that Indo-Pak ties are set to improve.
Aug. 15: Arms were recovered in Tral. Independence Day celebrations passed of peace fully. CM said that gun is no solution andonly talks will resolve theissues and claimed that PM and HM have assured the implementation of interlocutors, recommendations. PM sought help to fight terror menace.
Aug.16: Four terrorists operating in Reasi have surrendered on Reasi-Kulgam border. IED devices were recovered in Poonch.
Aug. 17: An infiltration bid was foiled in Poonch district. Police claimed to have wiped out HM after LeT in Kulgam-Reasi belt.
Aug. 19: A jawan was injured in a mine blast in Poonch. Interlocutors met Union Home Minister. Indo-Pak parliamentarians favour new transit routes on LoC.
The US said that Pakistan based LeT is active inn Kashmir and targeting India.
Aug. 20: 2 terrorists were killed after infiltrating into Gurez sector using boats. An Army Lt. was kill ed and three jawans injured in the operation that was still going on. Intelligence agencies and ploice have unearthed a major racket in which a cross-LoC trader is alleged to have paid an amount of Rs 1.5 crore to sepratists and Geelani’s spokesman Aiyaz Akbar is reported to be the major beneficiary.
Aug. 21: An infiltrator was killed and one another injured while two escaped back in Poonch. GOC 15 Corps said that terrorists are desprate to infiltrate as theoperation continued in Gurez. Pak moves Court of Arbitration on Kishan Ganga project.
Aug.22: A woman was killed and her husband injured in cross-firing in Kupwara while two hide outs were busted in the valley. Huge haul of arms and ammunition was recovered in Banihal area. Without naming Sepratists, Farooq Abdullah accused them of ruining Kashmir. Omar Abdullah reiterated commitment of establishing Truth and Reconciliation Commission. High alert has been sounded as Pak Forward Posts have been found directly involved in intrusion bids.
Aug 23: Death toll of terrorists rose to 13 as three more terrorists were killed in Gurez. Four infiltrators were pushed back as an infiltration bid was foiled in Mendhar, Poonch. A terrorist hideout was busted in Reasi and large cache of arms and ammunition including 65 Kg RDX was recovered.
Aug. 24: An SPO was shot at in Sopore while two terrorists were arrested in Pulwama. Two bodies of civilians were recovered after four years after disclosure of a terrorist who was one amongst those who surrendered recently on Kulgam-Reasi border.
Aug. 25: A BSF jawan and a civilian were killed and 13 others injured in two blasts in the Valley. A major infiltration bid was foiled amidst ceasefire violation by Pak troops in Poonch.
Aug. 26: Two Kasshmiris and another from Bengal were arrested and Rs five lakh currency recovered from their possession as police claimed to have busted a network of pumping fake currency into terror emanating from Pakistan and routed through Bangladesh. Clashes were yet again witnessed in Nowhatta.
Aug. 27: A ration haul was recovered from a terrorist hideout in Ramban. Police claimed that more WB youth are involved in terror network.
Aug. 28: CM announced amnesty to youth arrested during summer unrest on a day when police arrested 70 stone pelters during night long clashes. There are reports that about 6-7 crore rupees were supplied to terrorists through cross-LoC trade.
Aug. 29: A JeM terrorist was among two terrorists killed in the Valley. A consignment of arms and ammunition was recovered in Budhal. Surankote fake encounter victim’s body is to exhumed today for DNA sampling. Kirni experiment to be repeated elsewhere as people return to villages ahead of fencing.
Aug. 30: Woman proteste after arrest of a youth I n Nowhatta.
Aug. 31: A cop and a woman were injured as clashes were witnessed on the occasion of Eidin some parts of thevalley. DG of BSF said that intrusion bids have been curbed. CM’s twitter for TN like resolution for Afzal Guru draws flak.
Sep.1: A JCO was killed as Pakistan violated ceasefire in Kupwara. A hunt has ben launched for three terrorists inMahore. HM said that AFSPA will go once DAA is lifted.
Sep. 2: Six fresh recruits of Kashmir were arrested on way to PoK in Rajouri. A terrorist was killed and two jawans injured while Pakistan again violated ceasefire in Machil sector. Gelani called for strike on 6-7 September.
Sep. 3: A terrorist was killed in Kupwara. Fresh recruits who were arrested in Rajouri havew beeen handed over to Shopian police. Apex Committee approved amendments to PM’s Return Package as incentives for houses have been proposed to be Rs 20 lakh.
Sep. 4: A terrorist hideout was busted in Baramulla. Pursuing the fake currency racket, agencies claimed that several crores were pumped in four years and the same was printed at Pak Govt. Press at Peshawar. Mirwaiz Farooq is reported to have opposed passport to Geelani.
Sep.5: Defence Secretary visited LoS and met Governor and CM. LS was informed that 93 terrorists tried to infiltrsate and 11 were killed upto July.India asks Pakistan to stop work in PoK. Three more trans-border smugglers were arrested and herin worth five crore seized.
Sep. 6: A jawan was killed and four others injured as a live shell exploded in firing range in Budgam.Life remained paralysed in many pars of Kashmir as people observed strike on Geelani’s call. Police launched searches in Bani, Kathua after reports of terrorists’ movement in the area.Defence Secretary reviewed preparedness on LOC and called for alertness.
Sep. 7: Normal life remained affected for second day today in the valley. 11 People were killed and 76 othwrs injured in a blast outside Delhi HC; HUJI claimed responsibility of the blast.
Sep. 8: A terrorist hideout was busted and an AK rifle recovered in Arnas. Five suspects were detained and a café sealed as terror mail was traced to Kishtwar while NIA joined the probe. Indi and Pakistan are mulling a proposal for cross-border investment and bank ties.
Sep. 10: Police quizzed surrendered terrorists and OGWs as NIA team returned with the seized computer. Six weapons were recovered from a Shastri’s house in Janipura locality.
Sep.11: Farooq Abdullah demanded IT probe against Geelani and sepratists and asked about the money collected for shrines and victims.
Sep. 12: Two people were arrested in Kishtwar and on e in Gujrat in connection with the Delhi blast Geelani asked The UN to send a team to the valley to investigate surfacing of unmarked graves in the North Kashmir.
Sep. 13: Top LeT commander Uni was killed in Sopore. An HM conduit was arrested in Pattan for his alleged role in summer unrest. Two more people were arrested in Kishtwar. An intrusion bid was foiled and five intruders pushed back in Samba sector.
Sep.14: Terrorists attacked a CRPF party in Sopore while war like stores were recovered from a hideout in Keran sector in Kupwara.Two Kishtwar students were taken on remand as NIA again joined the probe and is looking for the module. BSF on high alert as Pak Army opened firing on Indian posts in Akhnoor sector.Pandits observed MARTYRS’ Day as Panun Kashmir organized a rally at Pres Club to pay homage to the martyrs
Sep. 15: Investigations in Delhi blast move forward as two more suspects were detained and NIA team head reached Kishtwar for further investigations. An AK rifle was recovered in Shopian. Interlocutors visited Samba as BJP workers protested for their Kashmir centric policies.GOC 15 Corps said that no surrender offer will be made to the foreign terrorists during encounters.
Sep.16: An NC worker was shot at by terrorists in Srinagar. On another was arrestede and an alert sounded to various states on teen-age terror. PM said that cross-border camps have been activated and there was no room for complacency on security front in J&K. Interlocutors met Northern Command Chief.
Sep. 17: A terrorist hideout was busted in Kupwara. A Kashmir trader complained of receiving threats from HuJI. Guru resolution was listed at No. 2 after ballot. Interlocutors ruled out pre-53 position and said that formulae of the sepratists will be reflected in the report. Six people were injured in a blast in Agra
Sep.18: Ex. PoK PM Sultan Mewhmood Chaudhary expressed his gratitude to GoI and described his visit to Kashmir as major CBM. Mufti Mohd Sayeed described Self Rule as the only viable solution. There are reports about rise in infiltration bids.
Sep. 19: Sultan Mehmood met Omar Abdullah and Radha Kumar on a wedding. Describing Pakistan as epicenter of global terror and a lost stats GOC 16 Corps Lt. Gen. J P Nehra said infiltration attempts are on rise but troops are alert.
Sep. 20: A terrorist- hideout was busted and huge cache of arms recovered in Dachigam in the outskirts of Srinagar. Two people were killed and six others hurt in a blast in ascrap dealers shop in Kupwara. Sultan Mehmood met Geelani and other sepratists and accepting state hospitality, he flew in a state chopper. Interlocutors met Addul Rahim Rather and others.
Sep. 21: All the three accused in Delhi blast have been flown to New Delhi. Interlocutors described situation as still fragile. Sultan asked India Pakistan to resolve Kashmir issue. The US asked Pakistan to cut ties with terror groups and end ISI,s proxy war.
Sep.22: I9 year old Aamir Abbas has turned out to be the main conspirator in Delhi blast. Security officials have expressed grave concern over the flying of Sultan Mehmood over strategic areas. Meanwhile, Sultan Mehmood was moved by the development in J&K and opposing Geelani’s stand, he said that things should start moving and rolling.
Sep. 23: An IED was defused by police in Belicharana in the outskirts of Jammu. Hafiz Dev, the Delhi blast accused has been remanded to NIA custody. The J&K High Court has asked the Advocate General in the case pertaining to the alleged kidnapping and killing of three civilians of Baderwah 15 years ago.
Sep. 24: Terrorists opened firing on a police post in Sopore. An IEDw was detected and defused on Rajouri-Poonch road at Manjakote. While Shariq was released, Dev was grilled by NIA to reach more accused in Delhi blast case. Addressing the UN, PM said that terrorism continues to rear its ugly head and there can be no selective approaches to fight it.
Sep. 25: A BSF jawan shot himself dead in Poonch. S M Krishna said that the recognition by the US of links between ISI and Haquani group windicates our stand. RSS chief Monam Bagwat accused the centre of lacking will to fight internal and external threats and described Communal violence Bill destructive and dangerous.
Sep. 26: Three terrorists and a cop were killed and two jawans injured in an encounter in Kralpora forests in Kupwara.GOC-in-C Northern Command visited Gurez to assess situatinn on LoC. All CCTVs are reported out of order at Katra, Bhawan and enroute.
Rahul Gandhi described dialogue as only means to resolve Kashmir.
Sep. 27: Five terrorists a Lt. and two cops were killed in Kralpora encounter. Omar Abdullah said that govt. was ready for DNA to settle the issue of mass graves and suggested joint TRC by India and Pakistan. India hopes that Pak will be serious in dismantling terror camps.
Sep. 28: A cop was shot dead in Batmaloo while the Kupwara gunbattle entered third day. An NIA team has sought the interrogation of a jailed HuJI terrorist to get more clues in Delhi blast case. Around 100 persons were arrested and hawala money amounting to about Rs 1.23 crore seized amidst reports of misusing cross-LoC trade. In an unprecedented development treasury benches including Dy CM disrupted Assembly and the resolution on Guru was lost in the din.
Sep. 29: The Kupwara encounter ended with the toll rising to 9 as a jawan succumbed to injuries. A top HM terrorist Abid is reported to have motivated Dev and Abid for the Delhi blast.
Sep. 30: An NC worker Mohd Yousf Shah died in police custody amidst allegations of corruption at higher level.
Oct. 1: Four infiltrators were killed in Keran while GOC 15 Corps said that there was nexus between ISI and terror groups. The mobile No. used by Abid for generating pass word for the terror mail was reportedly given to him by Azhar who was grilled by NIA in Kotbhalwal jail. The US has cautioned Pakistan of making a serious, grievous, strategic error by supporting terror outfits in Kashmir.
Oct. 2: Death toll rose to five in Keran encounter with the killing of one more infiltrator.
Oct. 3: Two terrorists including an LeT commander of South Kashmir were killed in Valley. Army is going to move fencing to allow rehabilitation of villagers.GOC Northern Command reviewed situation in Leh Defence Ministry ordered probe in the alleged land scam in Srinagar. LA adjourned amidst unruly scenes on the issue of alleged custodial killng.Omar Abdullah said that he was ready to appear before the judicial enquiry as Mehbooba Mufti leveled serious charges against CM.
Oct. 4: An infiltrator was killed in Pargwal sector while a Pak youth on wak to Chamliyal shrine was held.The infamous Surankote fake encounter case in which an insane youth was killed was challaned.Speaker adjourned Assembly sine die amidst ruckus.
Oct.5: BSf repatriated the youth to Pak rangers even if Pak refused to take the intruders body. A TA jawan is alleged to have planted IED in Belicharana on 23rd September. The issue of Shah’s death hots up as an NC worker alleged that he paid Rs 34 lakh to become an MLC. Omar Abdullah refused to resign as PDP took to streets on the issue.
Oct. 6: A terrorist hideout was busted in Kupwara.Police booked a TA jawan Bishan Das for planting an IED in Belicharana. Omar Abdullah expressed concern over the links of Pak Army and intelligence with terrorists and described it troubling.
Oct. 7: Troops foiled an infiltration bid by Pathan terrorists inn Keri sector in Rajouri even if Pakistan Army resorted to firing to give cover to terrorists. An HM terrorist was arrested from Hardpora, Achabal. A Kishtwar Medico Wasim Akram Malik, brother of HM Comdr. Junaid, was arrested in connection with Delhi blast. Omar Abdullah said that NC never sold ministeries, seats and added that he would not succumb to enemies.
Oct. 8: Longest surviving HM terrorist Azad Hussain, active since 1998, was killed in Doda. Two shells were seized from a jawans house in R S Pora. Two or three Bangladeshi terrorists are reported to have visited Kishtwar as hunt has been launched for three wanted terrorists in the area. DG Police said that interim postmortem report suggested thet Shah died of cardic arrest.
Oct.9: In a new development two Pashto speaking terrorists were killed in Kangan.An NIA team visited Bangladesh to quiz students inrelation to Delhi blast. CSC is yet to finalise report on Sageer committee report on Autonomy. Indias lodges strong protest with Pakistan for ceasefire violation and infiltration attempts.
Oct. 10: SC suspended death sentence to Ajmal Kasab but wondered whether he deserves to be heard.Interlocutors have found expenditure of funds in the ratio of 59: 41 and opined that delimitation can be approved by the Assembly.
OCT. 11: A jawan was injureds in a mine blast near LoC in Poonch. GOC 15 Corps said that militant strength across LoC is all time high. pM described cyber threats a major source of worry and said that India should stand on its own feet as world power was pre-occupied.
Oct. 12: HM terrorist Mushtaq Killer and his associate were killed in Ganderbal while one terrorist was nabbed. Tension gripped Baderwah as students clashed over the alleged remarks of a lecturer of GDC Badarwah. Prashant Bhushan was beaten up for his Kashmir remarks. Interlocutors submitted their report to P Chidambaram reportedly calling for councils, devolution of powers and political roadmap.
Oct. 13: Another terror plot originating from J&K was foiled as a car-bomb reportedly driven from Jammu by two terrorists was seized at Ambala amidst reports that LeT, BKI and KZF had planned to trigger blast in Delhi. A terrorist was held in Handwara. Mushtaq Killer was involved in 31 killings. Arms were seized in Mahore forests.
Oct. 14: A cop was shot at by terrorists at Hazartbal in Srinagar. Grenades and ammunition was recovered in Poonch. SOG joins investigations in the recovery of car-bomb at Ambala. Team Anna described Kashmir as integral part of India as Anna distanced himself from Bhushan’s remarks. G N Azad intervened to defuse tension in Badarwah.
Oct. 15: Video footage indicated that the terrorists who drove car-bomb hailed from J&K while huge cache of arms was recovered from a vehicle on Ambala-Chandigrah road.
Oct. 16: Explosive Material was recovered from outskirts of Srinagar. Police arrested LeT terrorist Muzaffer Ahmed Mir of Wangat and claimed him to be the terrorist who shot at a cop in Hazratbal who later succumbed to his injuries. Wachi witnessed protests after a man drowned allegedly after being chased by police during operation against Bhang cultivation.
Oct. 17: A terrorist was killed while operation was on in a village in Pulwama.
Oct. 18: NIA seeks help of Dhaka police as the involvement of foreigns in Delhi blast was confirmed. A court has asked police to frame SIT to investigate the case related to the death of a teenaged boy at Rajouri Kadal last year. Center indicated that it will respond positively to the reported willingness of talks by Geelani.
Oct. 19: A labourer was injured in a mine blast inside Khandru Army Ammunition Depot. BSF DG reviewed situation on border. Major breakthrough was claimed in Delhi blast as 5 vital mobile phones of plotters were seized.
Oct.20: Hurriyat leader Geelani said that Majlis Shoura will take decision if centre invites for talks. Asking Pakistan to dismantle Taliban safe havens, the US said that it will seek terrorists on Af-Pak border.
Oct. 21: An HM terrorist was held in Pulwama. Three Kishtwar terrorists named as acused as name of a Bengladeshi Army deserter and four more figure in Delhi blast case. CM announced revocation of AFSPA from some areas soon and termed return of peace to sacrifices of Jawans. The US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton asked Pakistan to act against terror groups within days.
Oct. 22: NIA and ither security agencies have discovered that HM terrorist Azhar Ali had supplied about two hundred SIMs to terrorists and OGWs when he worked with a private telecom company. 2oo phones have been disconnected as a nomad’s SIM reached to Delhi blast accused. Omar Abdullah asked for engagement of Pak for lasting solution.
Oct. 23: An infiltration bid was foiled in Poonch as Army protested against ceasefire violations. Delhi blast accused Abid and Dev recorded confessional statements. Cabinet Secretary discussed development programmes and security situation as state sought more benefits in power and other sectors. AFSPA may go from some urban areas as Core Group is to discuss DAA soon. Crisis was defused as Pakistan returned the chopper that had strayed into Pak airspace.
Oct. 24: An infiltrator was killed in Nowshera sector. GOC Northern Command reviewed situation on LoC and met Governor.
Oct. 25: Terrorists launched a series of attack in Srinagar and South Kashmir injuring four security personnel. Security forces and police have intensified hunt and people join the searches to nab the Delhi blast accused after the NIA announced rewards. The Union law Minister said that HM and DM should concur on AFSPA. MHA has set up a group to study interlocutors’ report and an All Party Meet is expected next month to discuss the recommendations.
Oct. 27: Valley observed shut down on the call of sepratists to protest against the landing of Indian Army on the day in 1947. Police claimed to have busted an LeT module involved in luring students in the valley. Army Chief said that the Army has given its inputs as CCS met on move to lift AFSPA in J&K but failed to reach any decision. A policeman was among two arrested and a PSO absconds as a racket of fake currency was busted in Rajouri.