The AGH has been wiped out but some elements who are overground workers (OGW) are there: DGP Singh. The three terrorists killed in Tral have been identified as Hameed Lone alias Hamid Lelhari, Naveed Ahmed Tak and Junaid Rashid Bhatt, all residents of Pulwama district

SRINAGAR: The Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed is trying to coordinate with other groups in Kashmir to carry out attacks, Jammu and Kashmir's police chief said on Wednesday, while announcing that the al-Qaida's offshoot, the Ansar Ghazwatul Hind, has been wiped out from the Valley.

Director General of Police Dilbag Singh was addressing a press conference a day after security forces killed three terrorists in south Kashmir's Tral area.

"The JeM is trying to coordinate with every terror group in Kashmir. The JeM and the Lashkar-e-Taiba get their direction from Pakistan on who to target, what type of violence to incite and at which level," he said.

"So the JeM and the LeT are both trying to coordinate with every group. If you remember, two Gujjar brothers were killed in Tral and Pakistani militant Yasir of the JeM was involved in that. He was in contact with this group," Singh added.