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J&K: 5 LeT, Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists killed in Kulgam encounter

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Kulgam Encounter

Srinagar, Sep 15: Five terrorists belonging to Hizbul Mujahideen and Lashkar-e-Taiba (Let) were gunned down by security forces in an encounter at Jammu and Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Saturday.

Three were shot dead this morning during a cordon and search operation, while the two others were killed during the encounter that followed.

The five belonged to the terror groups Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizbul Mujahideen, including one who was involved in last year’s attack on a cash van that killed five policemen and two bank guards, a police spokesman said.

The police spokesman said the terrorists have been identified as Gulzar Ahmad Paddar, Faisal Ahmad Rather, Zahid Ahmad Mir, Masroor Molvi and Zahoor Ahmad Lone, all residents of Jammu and Kashmir.

Earlier, the mobile, as well as the train services between Baramulla and Qazigund, were suspended due to apprehensions of law and order problems.

The security forces launched a search operation on Saturday morning getting intelligence inputs that some terrorists have been hiding at Chowgam in the south Kashmir district, 72 km from Srinagar. They were fired upon when they entered the area further leading to the encounter.

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K’taka court allows online time slots for physical filing

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The Karnataka High Court has permitted counsels and litigants to book online time slots for physical filing of petitions, an official said on Monday.

“Advocates/litigants can apply online for time slots to file petitions physically in the principal bench of the Karnataka High Court in Bengaluru with effect from Monday,” said registrar (judicial) K.S. Bharath Kumar in an order.

Under unlock 4.0, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs has allowed physical filing of new cases in the high court, keeping in view its standard operating procedures (SOPs) and the Union Health Ministry’s guidelines to prevent the coronavirus spread.

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UP Cong, PSPL protest against farm laws

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 The Congress and the Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party Lohia (PSPL), on Monday, held separate agitations in Lucknow to protest against the farmers’ bills.

Hundreds of workers of both the parties clashed with the police, which had to use mild force to disperse the crowds.

The Congress workers broke the barricades at the Parivartan Chowk while the PSPL workers shouted slogans outside their office in the Mall Avenue area.

Many workers of both the parties were taken into custody.

UPCC president Ajay Kumar Lallu said, “The police have used unwarranted force on our workers who were agitating peacefully. This is an infringement of our democratic rights. A large number of our leaders have been placed under house arrest while workers have also been prevented from participating in the programme.”

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NIA court sentences IS recruit Subhani Haja to life imprisonment

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 A special NIA court here on Monday sentenced Islamic State recruit Subhani Haja Moideen for life and ordered a fine of Rs 2.10 lakh for waging war against the Government of Iraq.

The court on Friday had found Moideen guilty of the charges and said the punishment would be delivered on Monday.

Among the charges that the court found against Moideen include criminal conspiracy, besides Sections in the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) also.

Moideen was arrested by the agency in October 2016.

Incidentally Moideen pleaded innocence in the court and said he has not undertaken any terror related activities and has not waged a war against any country.

However, Moideen is alleged to have received arms training along with Salah Abdeslam, an accused in the 2015 Paris terror attack which left 130 people dead.

The French police in 2018 had come to a jail here where Moideen was housed and took his statement.

Source: IANS

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