Crossing all limit of cowardness ones again, Hizbul terrorists abduct and kill 3 police officers in JK

Srinagar: Crossing all the limit of cowardness ones again, Pakistan-breeded terrorists have killed three police officers including 2 Special Police Officers (SPO) and a constable in Jammu and Kashmir.

Notably, a group of terrorists on Thursday abducted and killed three policemen including two Special Police Officers (SPOs) and one constable identified as Firdous Ahmad Kuchey, Kuldeep Singh and Nisar Ahmad Bhat. The body of all three officers has been recovered from a forest area in Wangam near Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir. However, Fayaz Ahmed Bhat who is the brother of police constable was released by terrorists.

Reportedly, Hizbul Mujahideen commander Riyaz Naikoo has taken responsibility of dastardly abduction and killing of the three brave policemen. The killing comes days after Hizbul’s threat to SPOs asking them to resign. An audio clip was sent by Hizbul terrorists threatening and saying that SPO’s should resign from their jobs, else will have to face repercussions.

At the end of August this year, a group of terrorists abducted nine people from Shopian, Kulgam, Anantnag and Awantipora area of Jammu and Kashmir whose family members were either working in Jammu and Kashmir police or in the Army. Hours after the relatives were released. The August 30 abductions happened after the NIA arrested the second son of globally-wanted terrorist Syed Salahuddin, leader of the Hizbul Mujahideen group. Salahuddin’s son was arrested on charges of receiving secret funds.

In a similar incident, the terrorists had abducted and later murdered Army Lieutenant Umar Faiyaz last year in May. The 22-year-old jawan had come back to his house to attend a wedding. Even this year June, Army soldier Aurangzeb was abducted and later killed. The terrorists had also released a video of torture they made the soldier go through.

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