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Kashmir Steel bullets reached terrorists again, security force alert

Kashmir Steel bullets reach terrorists again: 36 Chinese-made steel bullets from Jaish commander militant Vilayat Hussain alias Sajjad Afghani, who was killed in an encounter with security forces in Rawalpora in the Shopian district of South Kashmir last week,  raise the ears of security forces.

Kashmir Steel bullets reached terrorists again, security force alert

Subsequently, the security forces have further strengthened the bulletproofing capability of their vehicles, bunkers, and jawans. These steel bullets have the ability to pierce the bullet-proof jackets of ordinary bullet-proof vehicles and jawans.

Officials said that in the vehicles and jawans now deploy especially in South Kashmir, a layer of security has been increased. Bullets and other explosives commonly use in AK series rifles. Are attack by Chinese technology with a layer of hard steel core. This increases the ability to penetrate tablets. Cartridges recently found near Jem Commander Sajjad Afghani, called Armor Piercing (AP), have found to manufacture from hardened steel or tungsten carbide.

The first case revealed in 2017


The first incident of the use of steel-fired cartridges came on the eve of New Year 2017 when Jaish terrorists carried out a suicide attack on the CRPF camp at Lethpora in Pulwama district of South Kashmir. Five soldiers  killed in this attack.
All these young men were wearing bulletproof jackets, despite which their lives could not be saved. Officials said that M-4 carbines and steel bullets also include in the form of terrorist organization Jaish. These bullets have the capability of penetrating bullet-proof bunkers used during counter-terrorism operations.

There was also an experiment in the attack on the Pulwama police line


Following the December 31, 2017 attack, the then Additional Director General of Jammu and Kashmir of the CRPF, SN Srivastava. Now the head of the Delhi Police underwent a thorough investigation. It reveals that the assailant shot with an AK rifle.
This follows by an analysis of previous suicide attacks. During this time ballistic experts had said that during the August 2016 attack on the district police lines in Pulwama, South Kashmir, the terrorists used steel bullets. Eight security personnel lost their lives in this.

Last time in 2019, terrorists used


The terrorists used steel bullets for the last time in the Kashmir Valley during a suicide attack in Anantnag in June 2019, in which five CRPF personnel and a Jammu and Kashmir police inspector died. All the martyr soldiers wearing bulletproof jackets but their lives were not saved.

China makes steel bullets


These steel cartridges are banned all over the world, but China manufactures them and from there these dangerous cartridges reach the terrorists via Pakistan.

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