Big win for the Indian Armed Force! Terrorist who was involved in the killing of Rifleman Aurangzeb eliminated

The Indian Armed Force has made a big hunt as they managed to eliminate the terrorist who was involved in the killing of Rifleman Aurangzeb. In an encounter that took place between the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir on the early hours of 18th May, two terrorists were killed. The operation was carried out by 55 Rashtriya Riles of Indian Army and 130 Battalion of CRPF and J&K Police’s Special Operations Group in Panzgam village of Awantipora, Pulwama.

Among the two terrorists who were eliminated, one was a Hizbul Mujahideen commander, Showkat Ahmad Dar. Reports have claimed that Showkat was involved in the killing of Army jawan Aurangzeb. And this is indeed a big victory for the Indian Armed Force.

In June 2018, the terrorists had abducted and the killed the unarmed Rifleman Aurangzeb, who belonged to the 44 Rashtriya Rifles, in the valley. Rifleman Aurangzeb was the personal guard of Major Shukla. In April 2018, Hizbul Mujahideen’s A++ graded terrorist Sameer Tiger challenged Major Rohit Shukla saying “If you have drank your mother’s milk then come forward”.

Major Rohit Shukla receiving Shaurya Chakra

And within the next few hours, Sameer Tiger was eliminated by Major Shukla and his team. Since then, Shukla and rifleman Aurangzeb were in the hit list of the terrorists in the valley.

Rifleman Aurangzeb was tortured before getting killed and his brother had said “I never imagined militants were kidnapping my unarmed brother”. The bravery of Jawan Aurangzeb was hailed by the entire nation and the Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman met Aurangzeb’s family and stated that he was an inspiration for the entire nation.

Later on Rifleman Aurangzeb was awarded a Shaurya Chakra and is father, Mohammed Hanief, had joined the BJP. After joining BJP, martyr’s father had stated “I have joined the BJP for its pro-poor policies. Modi government is the best in the country which thinks about the poor unlike the previous governments”.