The quantity of policemen executed in militancy-related occurrences this year so far has crossed a year ago’s stamp with 34 dead as of now this year.
In 2017, when the administration powers increased the counter militancy tasks in the Valley, 31 policemen were murdered in different militancy-related occurrences over the Valley.
A sum of 65 government work force including the 34 policemen have been slaughtered in the hinterland and along the Line of Control in Kashmir this year.
While Police endured most astounding, 34 losses, Army endured 25 fatalities and paramilitary CRPF additionally lost its six work force in various militancy-related occurrences in the Valley.
A senior Police officer said policemen bore the greatest brunt of militancy as the power was driving the front in hostile to militancy activities in Kashmir.
“The assaults on the powers are retaliatory activities and disappointment of aggressors against the powers who have been battling them,” he said.
Of the 34 policemen slaughtered for the current year, most were executed in south Kashmir locale, the epicenter of the new-age militancy, while some were likewise murdered in focal and north Kashmir areas.
A Police official said greater part of policemen slaughtered for the current year had not been murdered in gunfights but rather in assaults by aggressors that were done at their homes while some policemen were additionally seized before being executed.
“A portion of the policemen, who were on obligation for various objects, were likewise slaughtered,” the authority said.
June and August were the most exceedingly bad months for police as 16 of its staff, eight each in June and August, were killed by aggressors in the Valley.
Four policemen each were executed in January and March.
No less than three policemen were killed in February while the long stretches of April and May saw the slaughtering of one policeman each.
Five policemen were executed amid the Ramadan truce declared by Government of India on May 16 and canceled on June 17.
Monitor General of Police (IGP) Swayam Prakash Pani named the assault an “obnoxious” demonstration.
“Police will seek after the case and take all conceivable legitimate measures to guarantee the associated with the assault are conveyed to confront the law,” he said.
The IGP said the slaughtering of two activists in Anantnag was a “key achievement” for the administration powers.
A cop said for the current year till 130 activists had been murdered in different enemy of militancy tasks while more than 128 nearby youth had gotten weapon.