A Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist was on Wednesday killed in a brief gunfight in Bandarpora village in Pulwama district when he was travelling in a vehicle.
Ayoub Lelhari, the Pulwama district commander of the LeT, was killed in a swift encounter at Bandarpora in Pulwama.
Giving details of the gunfight, police said a "naka" (check-post) was set up in Banderpora (Koil) village jointly by Rashtriya Rifles, State police and CRPF after receiving information about the movement of the LeT district commander in the area.
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Police said he was category A militant involved in several attacks on security forces. "The terrorist tried to escape and opened fire on the joint security force, which retaliated..."
The spokesman said Lelhari had joined LeT terrorist outfit in 2015.
Director General of Police, Shesh Paul Vaid confirmed it saying "He was one of the most wanted terrorists".
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One security official is also said be injured in the operation.
Defence spokesman in Srinagar, Colonel Rajesh Kalia said Havaldar Narendra Singh, who had sustained bullet injuries in Pakistan troops firing in Rampur sector of North Kashmir's Baramulla district on August 7, succumbed to injuries at a military hospital in Srinagar today. "We have arrested the driver, but the civilian fled", said SSP Pulwama Choudhary Muhammad Aslam.
Ayub Lelhari is the third top militant commander killed in Kashmir this month. Three militants, including Hizbul Mujahideen operational commander Yasin Itoo, were killed in that encounter.
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