Baramulla: Militants releases body camera shots of attack on security forces

New normal has been established in Kashmir by young boys as they get disappeared first then post their photographs on Social Media with rifles and hate speeches and turn into militants.

They are working all together on different level by posting real shootout videos with policemen and targeting Social Media sites to making propaganda efforts on security forces.

News came two days after an encounter in Kreeri near Baramulla where five security personnel sacrificed their lives while agitating with three militants. Video has been posted by militants showcasing the guerrilla encounter.

People’s Anti- Fascist Front (PAAF) believes to be a front of Lashkar -e- Toiba by Jammu and Kashmir Police has released a new video on the actual shootout.

The video has been shot by one of the militants who died in the attack. The three militants appeared behind the apple tree and started shooting army personnel slyly, they kept fighting and shooting till they emerged on the main road.

The video released has been fully edited by using devotional songs, victory music, and two army personnel dead shot.

Police tweeted “By releasing video of the attack, militants want to glamourize militancy. But they can’t. We replied by actions & killed 04 top commanders, Sajjad @ Haider & FT Taimur Khan @ Abu Usman (seen in said video/attack) & Naseer @ Sad bhai & FT Ali bhai @ Danish within 72 hours, the tweet ends”.

For the very first-time body cameras – like the GoPro – have been used to film an actual gunfight. The last time footage of the militant attacks on Indian forces became viral was in 2013.

A local militant commander named Irshad Gania and his associate carried out an attack on the Army in Hyderpora bypass near Srinagar.

At least 8 Indian soldiers were killed by 2 Kashmiri militants affiliated with LeT. Gania was killed months after the attack in an encounter with police and Army.

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