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Post Article 370 abrogation, 26 terrorists killed, 47 arrested in 309 terror incidents across J&K
 
Jammu: The Union Home Ministry has informed that four months post scrapping of article 370 and 35 A from Jammu and Kashmir, between the month of August and November last year, in 309 terror related incidents, 26 terrorists have been killed and 47 others arrested. In response to an RTI application of Jammu based activist Raman Sharma, the union home ministry in a written communication have shared the data related to terror related incidents happened in the J&K state (now UT) with regard to terror related incidents happened and terrorists killed, arrested and also the number of civilians and Security force personnel martyred in such incidents.

The reply of union home ministry reveals that out of 309 terror related incidents that happened in the four months, September-2019 witnessed maximum number of such incidents i.e 152 followed by October wherein 97 terror violence related incidents occurred however the month of August and November remained bit calm comparatively wherein 50 and 10 such incidents happened respectively. Though the month of September had witnessed maximum terror related incidents but unfortunately in the month of October civilians suffered maximum losses wherein 11 civilians lost their lives and also 9 terrorists were killed and 10 others arrested, during the month 20 Security force personnel also got injured while taking on terrorists.

The data compiled by the union government further tells that in these four months 19 Civilians also lost their lives and 4 Security force personnel got martyrdom. Forty security force personnel also got injured while dealing with the terror related incidents during the same period. Though in his RTI application, the applicant had also sought information related to data of local and foreign terrorists caught alive by the Security force personnel from Jammu and Kashmir during the same period however this portion of his RTI plea was transferred by union home ministry officials to Public Information officer of the Home department of government of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir for providing the further information.


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