4 terrorists killed in a gunfight on the LoC after an infiltration attempt foiled says report. The operation is still in progress. It was operated in Kashmir border at the area near Tanghdar which is 120 km away from Srinagar.
The report has come when the Army Staff Chief, General Bipin Rawat called on Pakistan to stop the disturbance and asked the country to maintain peace along the LoC. He said that the country wants to establish peace at the border but Pakistan, on the other hand, continues to violate ceasefire attacks which leads to destructions and deaths. He further said that the army officers have to retaliate.
Yesterday a joint operation was conducted between the state police and the Indian Army in Kalamata Forest and Ramban district of the state and caught a terrorist gang with ammunition and arms. Jawaans recovered various riffles such as AK-56 Rifle, AK-56 magazine, one 303 Rifle, 7.63mm Star Pistol along with grenades, hand grenades, warlike stores and binos. The Army officials and the sniffer dogs did their job very well during the final stages of the operation.
Earlier on 14th May, a sting operation was done by the Army Jawaans all across the border in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. In that sting operation, 5 terrorists were found and a red alert was announced all across the Jammu area. According to the sources, the gang had entered into the Kathua district through Bobbiyan area through Londi nullah.
Recently, 4 local people were killed and around 31 people injured due tonight long firing near the international border in Jammu and Kashmir. Around three of them were the officials of the Border Security Force (BSF) and rest are the local people from Akhnoor region. They were killed and injured by Pakistani cease firing and small arms firing.
Unfortunately, with these type of incidents, the total number of deaths were has risen to around 43 between India as well as in Pakistan. Around 40000 local people have lost their houses and personal properties and many of them are now staying at refugee camps set up by the Army administration. In fact, all the schools which are nearer from the international border are closed.
Reports say that since 15th of May, around 3 Border Security Personnel and four local people have lost their lives in the cease-fire attacks by Pakistani terrorists near the international border situated at Hiranagar. Along with this 10 local civilians and 4 BSF personnel were injured in unprovoked mortar shelling all across the border near Arnia region as well as near RVS Pura sector