After a night of standoff, terrorist Mohammad Amin Malik was killed in a joint operation by Jammu and Kashmir Police, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and the Rashtriya Rifles inside the police camp at Tral on Thursday, following his refusal to surrender.
“The terror operative was arrested on May 30, 2021 along with incriminating materials including arms, ammunitions and explosives including unlicensed 12 bore gun, live rounds, explosives, iron/steel balls, 9 feature phones and other warlike stores used in fabrication of IEDs,” Police spokesman said, adding that the case was registered at Tral police station.
He narrated how Malik snatched an AK 47 from a constable on June 2 at the Police Component at Tral while under interrogation. “During the interrogation, the terror operative got hold of the service rifle (AK 47) of constable Amjad Khan and fired indiscriminately with [the] intention to kill the police personnel,” he said.
The spokesman further added that Malik critically wounded constable Amjad Khan, took control of the interrogation room and kept firing intermittently at the cops from the snatched weapon.