NEW DELHI — India’s security forces early Friday killed three insurgents in an exchange of gunfire on a twin carriageway in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
The uncover came about early Friday after the police signaled a truck carrying the rebels to discontinuance on the twin carriageway that links the Himalayan discipline’s two significant cities, Srinagar and Jammu, in step with a police statement.
Security forces shut the twin carriageway and had been combing the dwelling for one rebel they imagine became as soon as hiding nearby.
The statement acknowledged one police officer became as soon as injured when the rebels fired at Indian security forces.
India accuses Pakistan of arming and practicing insurgents who had been preventing for Kashmir’s independence from India or its merger with neighboring Pakistan since 1989.
Each and each India and Pakistan claim the Himalayan discipline, which is divided between the nuclear-armed rivals.
India and Pakistan have faith fought two wars over regulate of Kashmir since they won independence from British colonialists in 1947.