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These 3 big questions are being raised on Anantnag encounter

On September 13, the army’s encounter with terrorists in Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir shocked the entire country. The Indian Army lost three of its soldiers in the encounter. Those martyred in the encounter are Colonel Manpreet Singh, Commanding Officer of 19 Rashtriya Rifles, Major Rashid Nayak and DSP Humayun Bhat. This is not the first time in the 34 years of terrorist violence in Kashmir that security forces have suffered such heavy losses while fighting terrorists. But three big questions are being raised on this encounter. First question, why was the sun set waited for the siege? There is an area of ​​dense trees, bushes and rocks on the slopes of the same hill where the encounter is taking place in the fort. There are also many natural caves there. According to sources, the campaign was started last Tuesday evening. The sun had not completely set when the siege began. Therefore, the terrorists were aware of the operation. The second question was whether the soldiers were wearing bullet proof jackets? The Gadoli encounter points towards the weak strategy of this entire operation and violation of SOP. Were the martyrs not wearing bullet proof jackets and patkas? No one is answering this. Third question: Did the informer betray? The informer who gave the information must have been in constant contact with the terrorists, this cannot be denied. No informer can easily inform the terrorists and lead the security forces towards their hideout. Terrorists can kill him. Therefore, if the informer was present in the current encounter, then where was he? Apart from this, many sources claim that the security forces had also caught some overground workers of the terrorists. It was he who had given information about the terrorist hideout.

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