Army And Baramulla Police Killed 3 Infiltrators In Uri Says Jammu Kashmir Police
Jammu Kashmir Latest News: Army personnel have foiled another attempt...
Jammu Kashmir Latest News: Army personnel have foiled another attempt by infiltrators in Jammu and Kashmir. Security forces gunned down an infiltration attempt on the Line of Control (LoC) in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir, killing three terrorists. The police (Jammu Kashmir Police) has given this information on Thursday.
An infiltration attempt was foiled near Madian Nanak post in Kamalkot area of Uri sector of North Kashmir’s Baramulla district. Kashmir Zone Police said in a tweet, Army and Baramulla Police killed three infiltrators near Madian Nanak post in Kamalkot sector of Uri. Earlier, the army had foiled an infiltration attempt by terrorists in the Akhnoor sector.
Infiltrators’ attempt failed in Akhnoor sector today
In the Akhnoor sector of Jammu and Kashmir, army personnel foiled an attempt by terrorists to infiltrate. The terrorists who came from across the border were chased away by the army personnel. In the last 4 days, the soldiers have foiled the fourth attempt of the terrorists. Last night, terrorists tried to infiltrate in Nowshera sector too, which was thwarted by the Indian Army.
A terrorist caught alive
If we talk about Naushera Sector, then one terrorist was caught alive there, while two terrorists were killed in the blast. Jawans posted in Jhangar sector of Nowshera saw the infiltration of 2-3 terrorists on the LoC on the morning of 21 August. One of the terrorists came near the Indian post and tried to cut the fence. When the soldiers fired at him, he tried to run away, but he was injured due to a bullet in his leg and was caught. Two more terrorists who came with this escaped under the cover of the forest.
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