Two Terrorists Gunned Down After 28 Hour Long Shootout In Srinagar
Written by: Tanya Patel - February 13, 2018
After a 28 hour long shootout two terrorist were gunned down at Karan Nagar in Srinagar. The militants were hiding inside a partially constructed building in Srinagar. The terrorist took cover after a failed attempt to sneak into a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) camp.
The Director General of Police in Jammu and Kashmir S. P. Vaid congratulated his forces and reported the bodies of the terrorists were found. The shootout began at around 10 A.M., on Monday. It led to one CRPF soldier losing his life and one was seriously injured.
The terrorists were attempting a sneak attack at the CRPF camp but failed when a guard noticed them and started firing. This averted a major attack but led to a 28 hour long gun battle between the Indian forces and the two terrorists with AK 47 rifles.
On Saturday, the Jaish e Mohammed terrorists attacked the Sunjwan army camp in Jammu and Kashmir. The attack resulted in injuring four people including a Junior Commissioner Officer (JCO.) JCO Madan Lal Choudhary along with his daughter were injured when the militants opened fire at the camp.
Nirmala Sitharaman, the present Defence Minister of India stated Pakistan would pay for the Sunjuwan Army camp attack in Jammu. The Defence Minister met with the Senior Army officials to inquire about the injured in the Sunjuwan attack. She also visited Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. She further asserted the attack was planned by Masood Azhar based in Pakistan.
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