Sheikh Imran Bashir | Agence India Press | November 4, 2009
Srinagar: A dispute over jurisdiction between two units of Army apparently helped terrorists of Pakistan -based Lashker-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed sneak out from Lolab area where they were reported to be present to other parts of the Kashmir Valley.
According to a report of the state Home Department, Jammu and Kashmir Police developed an intelligence input about presence of nearly two-dozen terrorists of Lashker and Jaish in the Doruswani forests of Lolab valley in North Kashmir.
Immediately, the Army authorities in the area were approached for launching a quiet and swift operation with the help of paratroopers, who are trained for such tactical warfare.
Since the area which has a presence of Rashtriya Rifles, a counter-insurgency force carved by the Army, a request for ensuring jurisdiction for paratroopers and state
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