On Friday the Indian Army released a video of an anti-terror operation in J&K where a terrorist can be seen surrendering before the security forces.
‘Jahangir, we request you to drop your weapons and surrender. We have cordoned off the place where you are hiding. I assure nothing will happen to you,’ the Army personnel can be heard saying to the terrorist.
‘Surrender for sake of God, for the sake of your family,’ the soldier said. As soon as the terrorist identified as Jahangir Bhat, started the movement, the soldiers in the operation can be heard saying among themselves, ‘nobody will fire’.
The soldiers asked ‘Is there anybody else? Is there any weapon? Come this side,’ as the terrorist came out from his hideout wearing just trousers.
‘Give him water. Please maintain some distance. Please be quiet. Leave your jersey. Nothing will happen to you. You have done a great job,’ the soldiers calm Jahangir as he walks towards the security forces and then sits in front of them.
Jahangir Bhat, a 31-year-old shopkeeper went missing on 13th October from Chadoora. His family was trying to trace him. On Friday, he was apprehended with one AK rifle, the Army said.