2018 Proved Deadly For Kashmir ” 267 Militants,160 Civilians and 159 Government Forces Killed in This Year”

2018 Proved Deadly For Kashmir    ” 267 Militants,160 Civilians and 159 Government Forces Killed in This Year”
• Raouf Dar
Anantnag,01 January;

The Year 2018 proved to be one of the deadliest Years in the history of Jammu and Kashmir as 586 Killings were Witnessed in this year.

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A Total number of 586 Killings were Witnessed in Jammu and Kashmir in Which 267 militants,160 Civilians and 159 Government Forces were killed in the year 2018.

As Highest Number of Encounter were Witnessed in Kashmir Valley in 2018.15 Top Militant Commanders belonging to Different Militant outfits including Hizab ul Mujahadeen,Lashker e Toiba,Jaish e Mohammad,Ansar Gazwat ul Hind were Killed.The Top Commanders including Saddam Padder,Sameer Tiger,Altaf Kachroo,Umar Ganie,Azad Malik,Naveed Jatt,Soliha Akhoon.

Kashmir Valley also saw Large Number of Civilian Killings in The 2018,A Total number of 160 Civilian were Killed in Forces action in Kashmir Valley which is Highest Number in the Decade.South Kashmir’s
Pulwama,Shopian,Kulgam and Anantnag saw Highest Number 85 Civilian Killings followed by North Kashmir’s Baramullah,Bandipora and Kupwara saw 24 Civilian Killings followed by Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal,Budgam and Srinagar saw 13 Killings.

Besides Killings large number of Pallet Injures were also Witnessed in Kashmir Valley in the year 2018.The Persons who suffered pellet Injured includ The Youngest pellet victim “18 Months old Hiba Jan From Shopian District”.

159 Government Forces including Jammu Kashmir Police,Central Reserve Police Force,Rastriya Rifles,Special Operation Group,etc were also Killed in Encounters with Militant and in Militant Attacks in Kashmir Valley in 2018.

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