Army's 'surgical operation' will run in Kashmir

Srinagar: All terrorists involved in the killings of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir last month have been gunned down. The armed forces are now focusing on intelligence-based "surgical operations" that include small teams to deal with terrorist activities. Information in this regard has been given on Sunday.

Security agencies have said that a "refined" approach to combating terrorism has been put under a more nuanced framework of better coordination between the Jammu and Kashmir police, intelligence agencies and the Army. The aim is to reduce the damage caused by terrorism. Tell us that the number of killings of innocent civilians in Jammu and Kashmir had increased drastically last month. This raised fears of violence and turmoil in the region.

Sources said the main focus of the anti-terrorism operation is to prevent the killing of innocent people. All branches of the security forces are trying to achieve this. That is why the focus is on "intelligence-based surgical operations". It covers smaller teams. The focus is on securing support from the local population for such actions.

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