Indian Army Makes Big Strategic Changes To Nab Terrorists & Reduce Terrorism In Srinagar


The Indian Army is going strong against the rising terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and has prepared a hit-list of 22 terrorists, who it would aim to nab as soon as possible, under operation ‘All out’. In the wake of operation ‘All out’, the Army has already killed a terrorist in Anantnag on Friday; therefore, it has 21 more terrorists in its radar.

The Army has also changed its strategy and has decided to no more hand over the dead bodies of JeM, LeT, or ISIS terrorists to their respective families. In fact, they would be buried by the Army at a secret location.

The reason behind the move is, during the funeral procession of terrorists, a large population of local men are present; where armed terrorist commanders give provoking speeches and brain wash the young men and make them join their groups. Read More

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