Terrorists kills five police constables & two J&K Bank officials

On Monday, after the martyrdom of two BSF soldiers in the attack on the LoC in LoC in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, militants attacked a cash van in Kulgam in the evening. Five policemen and two bank employees died in this attack.

According to media reports, the terrorists targeted the cash van of Jammu and Kashmir Bank. After the attack, the terrorists looted Rs 50 lakh cash from the cash van. It is said that five SLR rifles of the policemen along with terror cash were also robbed.

It is today's second major incident since the violation of Pakistan's ceasefire in the state.
Struggles in college students and security forces in Kashmir

In a college in Pulwama, south Kashmir, today there was a clash with the jawans of the students who were passing the march against the alleged strictness of the security forces. A police official said that against the action of the security forces on April 15 students of Boys Higher Secondary School and Pulwama Degree College raised a large number of joint marches.

According to the official, when the march reached near Pulwama police station, some students started stone pelting on security personnel. The soldiers left tear gas shells to disperse the students.

There have been unconfirmed reports that some students were staging posters of Islamist State Flags and Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani on the college building, which was killed in an encounter with security forces in July last year.

Meanwhile, shops and other business establishments were closed in the area in view of conflict.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh's meeting on Kashmir situation

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today presided over a high-level meeting with the CRPF jawans in Chhattisgarh after the horrific attacks of Maoists and discussions on Jammu and Kashmir issue.

Home Secretary Rajiv Maharishi, Head of Intelligence Bureau Rajiv Jain, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief Anil Dhasmin and CRPF chief Rajeev Ray Bhatnagar attended the high-level meeting.

Known sources said that the meeting discussed the latest crisis in Jammu and Kashmir, where the problem of law and order has arisen due to the increase in the incidents of stone pelting on students by the students.