In Jammu and Kashmir, security forces have intensified terrorist activities. The army blunted seven gunmen within four days. Most recently, clashes broke out between the army and militants in Anantnag districts on Wednesday morning. Kashmir zone police said four gunmen were killed in an encounter at Srigufwara. Upon receiving information that there were terrorists in the Shalgul forest area, the army reached there and carried out inspections. The army cordoned off the area after midnight on Tuesday and closed all avenues to prevent terrorists from leaving. At this point, the militants opened fire and the alert army opened fire. Additional forces were deployed to prevent any security problems in the area. It seems that the Internet services have been carefully discontinued before. The operation was jointly conducted by the Indian Army Rashtriya Rifles, CRPF and Kashmir Police. Police said the operation was ongoing in the area and more militants were believed to be present. He said security forces were sifting through the Shalgul forest area. He said the process of identifying the terrorists killed in the encounter was underway. It is learned that on February 19, gunmen in disguise hid at the Bargulla Bagh in Srinagar and opened fire on the police, beheading the two. An army officer was killed in an encounter at Budgam on the same day.