Army officers kept pleading on video call, but extremist terrorists did not agree
Army officers kept pleading on video call, but extremist terrorists did not agree

Srinagar: Two terrorists of the banned terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM) were killed in an encounter with security forces in the Kulgam district of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday (September 27). Shortly before the encounter, army officials had also asked the militants to surrender, but they refused. The army officer video-called the terrorists and asked them to surrender, but the terrorists flatly refused.  

A police official said that security forces received information about the presence of militants in the Ahwatoo area of Kulgam, following which a cordon and search operation was launched there. Now, this video call between an army officer and a terrorist is going viral on social media. In the video, the terrorist of the Islamic terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed says, 'Seriously, the way the army supports Kashmir, Kashmir also supports the army. The army officer then asked the terrorist to surrender. On this, the terrorist asked the officer whether he was from the army.'

To this, the officer replied, 'Friend, I am from the army. I am asking you to surrender. The terrorist replied, 'Sir, I am already close to death. You will shoot me three times. You will probably unload an entire magazine.' To this, the officer says, 'No, friend, we will not do this.' After this, the conversation ends and after a while, both the terrorists are killed. Its video has been shared by Hindustan Times on its Twitter handle.

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