Last terrorist involved in Pulwama attack also killed! DNA test to reveal

Srinagar: Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir police said on Saturday that a picture of one of the terrorists killed in an encounter in Anantnag on December 30 coincided with Sameer Dar, the top commander of Pakistani terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed. IGP Kashmir has confirmed this. He said the police are matching Sameer's DNA sample.

Sameer was involved in the terror attack in Pulwama in which 40 security personnel were killed. IGP Kashmir had tweeted that a picture of one of the terrorists killed in the Anantnag encounter on December 30 was found in top Jaish commander Sameer Dari Shakal. Sameer was the last surviving terrorist involved in the Pulwama terror attack. Earlier also, reports of Sameer's death in the encounter had surfaced on July 31. However, it was later revealed that the terrorist killed in the encounter was not Sameer but a Pakistani terrorist.

Three Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists, including a Pakistani terrorist, were killed and one jawan injured in two separate encounters between security forces and militants in the Union Territory on Wednesday. The encounter took place in the Kulgam and Anantnag districts of south Kashmir.

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