Kashmir Saw Militant-related Incidents Double During Ramzan Ceasefire; Centre To Decide On Extension

One army personnel was killed while two terrorists were gunned down during an ongoing operation in Bandipora’s Panar area in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, as talks over the suspension of the Ramzan ceasefire escalated.

According to ANI, security forces launched a massive search and combing operation in the dense forest area to flush out other militants. Reports also suggested that the forces received a tip-off regarding the presence of some militants in the forest area.

Meanwhile, reports suggest that the Centre is not likely to extend the month-long ceasefire in place during Ramzan in Kashmir. But it may refrain from publicly announcing the resumption of operations, BJP sources told The Indian Express. Read More

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