The firing drew strong retaliation from the Indian army.
The video of Dukhtaran-e-Millat’s flag hoisting ceremony and Andrabi’s speech was later posted on social networking sites and circulated through WhatsApp.
Mufti also said that the special status given to Kashmir under the Indian Constitution should not be changed.
Both the arrested terrorists happened to be brothers of slain Lashkar terrorist Habib Gujjar who was killed by police and security forces in a joint operation in 2011.
Acting on specific input about the presence of militants in Ratnipora area of the district, a joint team of police and army cordoned off the area and launched a search operation late yesterday.
Naveed speaks about his stay at the camp as if it was a school picnic, an official said. “Naveed talks and then suddenly gets disoriented and starts speaking about home.”
Nearly a dozen terrorists had attacked the police post around 9.15 pm where only four SPOs were present at that time. However, the latter repulsed the attack engaging terrorists throughout night.
Business establishments in Kathua and Ramnagar opened as trade outfits withdrew support to the ongoing agitation spearheaded by the AIIMS coordination committee.
A police spokesperson said Baba was operating as the self-styled commander of a sleeper cell.
According to the police, two militants, believed to be Najar and Mir, were caught in a shootout with the police on Friday evening. The militants reportedly jumped into the canal.
Police in Jammu and Kashmir have launched a manhunt to nab the militants
Shouting slogans against capital punishment, the leaders were demanding the release of all the political prisoners in the valley.
Abdul Qayoom Najar, one of the longest surviving militants, has been active since 1995.
According to sources, more arrests are likely in the matter as Jammu Kashmir police recorded a video of the entire procession.
Rajnath Singh was responding to a question about hoisting of Pakistani flags in Kashmir valley in last two days as well as in recent past.