Indian Army plays saviour to terrorist injured in shootout in Kashmir

 The Indian Army, which continues to carry out anti-terror operations in the Kashmir Valley, recently played a saviour to a terrorist who was badly injured in a shootout in Kashmir. The incident once again reveals the human side of the Indian security forces, which often face tough resistance from the local Kashmiri residents while discharging their duties.

It has now come to light that the armed forces personnel, in a noble gesture, carried a terrorist who was injured in a shootout through difficult terrains to rescue him.

According to the Jammu and Kashmir Police, a terrorist, who had deserted Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and joined Islamic State’s local unit in Kashmir, was shot dead by some terrorists in the Bijbehara area of South Kashmir.  Read more

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