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Jammu Kashmir: Terrorist attack in Srinagar, one cop and civilian wounded

In the capital city of Srinagar, terrorists have launched a fierce attack on Indian security forces. However, after this terrorist attack, Indian security forces have laid siege to the area.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 6 Dec 2020 8:45 AM GMT

Jammu Kashmir: Terrorist attack in Srinagar, one cop and civilian wounded
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New Delhi: Big news of terrorist attack is coming from Jammu and Kashmir. In the capital city of Srinagar, terrorists have launched a fierce attack on Indian security forces. However, after this terrorist attack, Indian security forces have laid siege to the area. Every toll from the border has been guarded vigorously. In such a situation, since the attack, a rapid search of terrorists has been started by siege of the area.

A young man seriously injured

In Sajgirpora, Srinagar, militants have opened fire today, targeting the joint team of police and CRPF. A Jammu and Kashmir policeman has been seriously injured in this terrorist attack. He is currently hospitalized for treatment. After this, a search operation has been started by siege of the area in search of terrorists who act as cowardly.

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Earlier, Pakistan had violated ceasefire along the Line of Control (LOC) continuously for the past one week. Two soldiers were killed and four civilians were killed in the firing by Pakistan in four sectors along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

Befitting reply to Pakistan:

At least nine people were also injured in the shelling. However, the Indian Army retaliated by giving a befitting reply to this attack. The army avenged the two martyred soldiers from the Pakistani army.

In fact, seven to eight soldiers of the Pakistani Army were killed by the Indian Army in the firing in the Uri sector. This information was given by sources.

According to the information received from the sources, the Indian jawans retaliated by stacking seven to eight Pakistani soldiers. It was reported that two to three of the soldiers killed were commandos of the Pakistan Army Special Services Group (SSG).

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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