JK News Today
Srinagar, September 16: Northern Command chief of the Indian Army Lt. Gen. Upendra Dwivedi on Saturday visited Anantnag encounter site and reviewed situation with field commanders.
The army is engaged in a gunfight with terrorists hiding in dense forests in Garol area of Kokkernag in Anantnag district in south Kashmir for the past four days. The Army have lost two officers- Colonel Manpreet Singh , Major Ashish Dhonack, and a jawan, while J&K police lost DySP Himayun Bhat, in the encounter.
The Northern Command wrote on X, formerly Twitter, “ Northern Command Commander Lt. Gen. Upendra Dwivedi reviewed the operational situation on the ongoing operations at #Kokernag forest area in #Anantnag. He was briefed by the ground commanders on the High Intensity Operations in which Hi-tech Equipment is being used for surveillance and delivery of firepower alongwith the high impact of precision fire being used by the forces.”