Top Jaish commander Sham Sofi shot in encounter

Jammu: Security forces have started taking revenge on the incidents of an ambush of civilians and then jawans by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. On Wednesday, security forces gunned down Top Jaish-e-Mohammed commander Sham Sofi in an encounter in Tral. The Jammu and Kashmir police have reported that Sofi was killed. Moreover, the encounter with the terrorists is still going on.

On the other hand, the arrested terrorist Ashraf has made major revelations before the special cell of Delhi Police. According to sources, Ashraf had spied the High Court in 2011 due to blasts outside the High Court. When a picture of a suspect involved in the blast was shown, Ashraf said he had spied. However, it will be clear in the interrogation if the suspect was involved in the blast.

In addition, around 2011, Ashraf had spied the Police Headquarters (Old Police Headquarters) at ITO. The terrorist said that many times spied but not much news could be received as the police did not allow people to stop outside the headquarters. At the same time, Ashraf had sent the information to the handlers of Pakistan by spying on the ISBT. The investigating agencies are interrogating Ashraf for his involvement in Delhi or any other blast. Mohammad Ashraf told the interrogation that he had also spied India Gate and Red Fort. In the interrogation, Ashraf has admitted to spying about 10 such places.

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