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Army recovers new ₹2000 notes from slain terrorists

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Jammu and Kashmir: Newly introduced Rs 2,000 notes along with ammuniton were recovered from two Militants gunned down in Bandipora on Tuesday

The Army on Tuesday recovered ₹2,000 notes, which have been in circulation for less than a fortnight, from two terrorists killed in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir, on Tuesday. Security forces had cordoned off the area early morning after the terrorists who were holed up there opened fire.

A heavy gunbattle ensued soon after. A combing operation was underway to flush out for more terrorists, if any, the agency further reported.

Meanwhile, a Pakistani intruder was killed in firing by Border Security Forces (BSF) along the International Border in RS Pura sector of Jammu district.

According to reports, the intruder was challenged by troops and was shot when he did not pay heed. On Monday, a BSF head constable was killed and five others were injured when Pakistani troops resorted to heavy mortar shelling on forward Indian positions and civilian areas at separate places along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

Over 290 incidents of firing and shelling along the LoC and the International Border by Pakistani troops have been witnessed since Indian army conducted surgical strikes on terrorist launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on September 29.