Wanted LeT militant Hilal Molvi killed in Srinagar

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  1. ladder

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    Good to see the Police taking the lead role in CI ops. Their skills have really improved, alongwith their equipment.

    If this keeps up, the Army RR may finally be able to withdraw all assets from COIN duties, but that will probably take some more years.

    @topic, good going. Another invincible jihadi delivered to the the doorstep of hell...He'll really need his 72 virgins.
    @ Syed Sallaudin, what will happen to your 1000 year jihad, if top commanders get crushed by 'infidel low class inferior veggie Indians'.

    @Zaid Hamid: How can inferior Humans kill your immortal 9 feet tall (and imported from the ultra brave pakistan) lords of war? Or did all your Mard-e-Moins get killed by the IA already. Whatever, your Gawaz-e-HIND future doesn't look too bright.
    But don't loose hope, I'm sure the next crop will be better. All hail Jihad
     
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    These days J&K state police and CAPF take the lead in cities and town areas. But in rural areas COIN grid is maintained by RR.
    In cities also RR forms the second line.
    during the incident when 5 CRPF troopers were killed in a school ground the army was there in minutes.

    Withdrawing from cities and towns entirely will affect the intelligence network which RR has painfully created.
    But, in due course of time the responsibility has to be transferred to police, but 2014 approaching we have to wait and see how things come out before withdrawing army or partial rollback of AFSPA.
     

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