Anantnag Encounter: Colonel Manpreet Singh Martyred in Anantnag, Final Farewell Today – Punjabi news | Colonel Manpreet Singh sacrificed life for country in Anantnag Encounter

An army colonel, major and deputy superintendent of Jammu and Kashmir police were martyred in an encounter with terrorists in Kokarnag area of ​​Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir. Let it be said that the army received information about the hiding of terrorists in Anantnag, after which the army personnel started the operation.

Commanding Officer Colonel Manpreet Singh had reached there to monitor it, but as soon as he got down from the vehicle, the terrorists opened fire on him, due to which he was seriously injured. The place where the terrorists carried out the incident was a dense forest. From where he could not be immediately taken to the hospital and due to profuse bleeding, he passed away.

Manpreet Singh was honored with Sena Medal

Let us tell you that Colonel Manpreet Singh, who was famous for his bravery and zeal was awarded the Sena Medal, he was currently holding the charge of Commanding Officer 19 RR.

Major Ashish was also to receive the Army Medal

Apart from the commanding officer, Major Ashish of RR and Deputy Superintendent of Jammu and Kashmir Police Humayun Bhatt have also been martyred in this terrorist incident. Major Ashish was also announced to be awarded the Sena Medal on August 15 this year and he was to be awarded this medal at the next investigation ceremony.

The Resistance Front took responsibility for the attack

The terrorist organization Resistance Front has claimed responsibility for this attack. Let us tell you that this is the same terrorist group which attacked an army truck in Rajouri some time ago, in which 5 jawans were martyred. Martyred

Part of the Resistance Front Lashkar-e-Taiba

Let us tell you that this terrorist organization is a part of Lashkar-e-Toiba. Although despite this cowardly act of terrorists, the army has stated that it is not going to abandon these terrorists, there are still reports of many terrorists hiding in Anantnag, so the search operation of the army is continuing.

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