Pakistani Terrorist Killed Outside Hazratbal Shrine In Srinagar: Police

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Publish Date : 2022-03-10


Pakistani Terrorist Killed Outside Hazratbal Shrine In Srinagar: Police

Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.

Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercised restraint given the sanctity of holy shrine.Srinagar: A Pakistani terrorist was shot dead outside Dargah Hazratbal, Kashmir's most revered shrine in Srinagar, on Thursday. Two other terrorists managed to escape, police said. Police said it appears the three terrorists had come to snatch weapons from police guards deployed at the shrine even as an investigation is underway to look into all angles. "We had information about some suspicious moment outside the shrine. We rushed a police team who found three men outside the shrine. When they were challenged, the terrorists opened fire. In the retaliatory fire one terrorist was killed," said Rakesh Balwal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Srinagar. "The killed terrorist has been identified as Manzoor alias Haider who is a Pakistani national. The killed terrorist was active in the Valley for long time," he said. The police officer said two other terrorists who appeared to be local recruits managed to escape because police exercise



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