State Times News Jammu: Security forces on Friday continued their operations in Kishtwar district to track down terrorists and recover an AK-47 rifle snatched from the personal security officer (PSO) of a political leader, officials said. Suspected terrorists snatched the rifle from the PSO of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Kishtwar district president Sheikh Nasir on Friday last, prompting authorities to impose curfew and launch a massive search operation. Army and CRPF personnel, assisted by the police, were conducting raids and cordon-and-search operations in various areas of Kishtwar district, particularly the mountainous belt, to track down the terrorists and overground workers of terrorist outfits, they said.
The forces have detained over a dozen people so far, they said.
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