Jailed Pak terrorist taken to J&K hideout killed in firing
The Times of India Mumbai|October 25, 2021
Jammu: A jailed Pakistani terrorist who was taken for identification of a hideout during the ongoing counter-terror operation in Bhatha Durrian in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir was killed and three security personnel were injured on Sunday when terrorists hiding in the area opened fire on a joint search party of the Army and police.
Sanjay Khajuria

The Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist, Zia Mustafa, a resident of Rawalakot in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, was lodged in Kot Bhalwal jail in Jammu for the past 14 years and was shifted to Mendhar on police remand after investigation revealed his link with the hiding terrorists. Mustafa was taken to Bhatha Durrian near Mendhar forest area for identification of terrorist hideout during the ongoing operation, which entered the 14th day on Sunday. Security officials said Mustafa had sneaked into J&K using the same route before he was arrested from south Kashmir in 2007.

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