Army Asks Terrorists in Kashmir to Return Mainstream
Army appealed mothers in Kashmir Valley to persuade their sons who have picked up guns to get back to the mainstream.
"Anyone who has picked up the gun in Kashmir will be eliminated, unless they surrender," they said today. The statement came after three Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists were killed in an operation in Pulwama yesterday.
The army said that complete leadership of Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed has been eliminated from the Kashmir Valley.
"I request all the mothers of Kashmir to please request their sons who have joined terrorism to surrender and get back to the mainstream. Anyone who has picked up the gun in Kashmir will be eliminated, unless he surrenders," Lieutenant General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon, Corps Commander of Chinar Corps said.
The army said three terrorists were killed in "less than 100 hours" after the Pulwama terror attack. The three Jaish terrorists who were killed included Kamran, who was a Pakistani and a top commander of the Jaish.