False Flag Operation: ISIS claims responsibility upon attack on Indian Military in Occupied Kashmir
NEW DELHI - In a an apparent False Flag Operation, ISIS claims responsibility upon attack on Indian Military in Occupied Kashmir.
The Islamic State or ISIS on Wednesday claimed the attack on security forces in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir in which a soldier was killed and three militants were killed.
Three militants were killed and a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed in a brief shootout at Lawaypora area on the outskirts of Srinagar.
The brief gunfight broke out after the militants fired upon the Naka party in Lawaypora area on Wednesday afternoon.
In a statement, the Islamic State terrorist organisation said, "Caliphate soldiers clashed with elements of the infidel Indian police in the area Lawaypora in Kashmir, with machine guns, which led to the death of an element.”
However, the Amaq News Agency of the Islamic State didn't mention two of its militants and an over-ground-worker killed in the attack.
Also, as per the police the militants had only one or two pistols with them, but no assault rifles and machine-guns.