Reports said state BJP leader Mohammad Anwar Khan along with his two personal security officers (PSOs) was sacked upon by militants at Balhama and tried to snatch service rifles from them.
As per reports, the spokesperson said that following the leads, the security forces covered a number of houses whereafter it was found that the terrorist was hiding in the area.
A large cache of arms and other incriminating material has also been seized from the slain terrorists.
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As per reports, the encounter broke out when three militants were cornered after they made an abortive bid to snatch the rifle from Personal Security Officer (PSO) of a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Anwar Khan.
Police have registered a case under relevant sections of law and investigation has been taken up.
The gunfight between the security forces and terrorists took place in Balhama area of Khonmoh in outskirts of Srinagar.
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Meanwhile, Security forces on Friday apprehended two suspected terrorists in separate incidents in south Kashmir, recovered arms and ammunition from their possession, police said. The Security forces soon after the attack has cordoned off the whole area and started search operation during which 2-3 militants are trapped.
"As per recent update a gunfight has begun and militants have been hold up", the spokesman said.
Police said the two slain militants have been identified as Rasiq Nabi Bhat of Tral and Shabir Dar of Awantipora.
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