Indian army recovers Rs 2,000 notes from terrorists
Bandipora, Nov 22 The Indian army has recovered the new Rs 2,000 note from the terrorists who were involved in an encounter at Bandipora, Jammu and Kashmir.
Apart from arms and ammunition, recovered, the terrorists were in possession of the new Rs 2,000 notes.
A few Rs 100 notes too were recovered during the post operation search.
An encounter broke out between the security forces and militants in a residential area of Hanjan village in Bandipora.
Two terrorists who were holed up in a residential area. The army recovered two AK-47 rifles apart from arms and ammunition.
The identity of the terrorists is yet to be ascertained. Army officials however suspect that the terrorists were part of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.
Army officials also say that the terrorists may have sourced the new notes locally after they infiltrated into Jammu and Kashmir.