The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday said three militants, including a top commander of TRF, were killed in a brief encounter in Srinagar.
“Subsequently, they were arrested and during questioning they confessed,” he said. On November 9 evening, militants had shot dead Ibrahim near the shop at Bohri Kadal area of Srinagar.
Magray said he raised his son in very difficult circumstances and sent him to Deoband Islamic Seminary where he had memorised the holy Quran by heart.
'During the search, incriminating materials including a hand grenade were recovered from their possession,' the spokesman said.
Dr Mohammed Muzzafar Khan said the situation on the ground is worse as more and more young boys are getting addicted to narcotics.
The joint contingent of police, CRPF and army had launched a search operation in Chawalgam area of Kulgam yesterday after receiving inputs about the presence of militants there.
The cop was critically injured and was taken to the SMHS hospital, where doctors declared he was brought dead.
The case was registered by the Counter Intelligence Kashmir (CIK), a branch of the police's CID, in July last year.
The J-K Students Association has urged Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to withdraw the UAPA charges on humanitarian grounds.
Sources said the main purpose of Kuldeep Singh's visit, which comes in the wake of a spate in targeted killings of non-locals, is to review the final arrangements made for the proposed security camps.
The killing of the teachers took the number of civilians killed in the Kashmir Valley in the last five days to seven, including four from the valley's minority communities.
Sheikh Sunain Yousuf alias "Raja" alias "Sultan", a resident of Gadapora village of south Kashmir's Shopian, was arrested and a pistol and seven rounds were recovered from him.
Sub Inspector Arshid Ashraf Mir at Khanyar area was shot twice from a close range in downtown Srinagar at around 1.40 pm.
While police is tight-lipped about the searches, it is believed that the raids were part of an investigation into a blog post that instigates people against the country, sources said.
Geelani died last Wednesday night at his residence in Srinagar after a prolonged illness.