Two Army soldiers martyred in Pakistani firing near LoC in Jammu and Kashmir’s Keran sector

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New Delhi: Two army personnel have died in a firing conducted by Pakistan near LoC in the Keran sector of Jammu and Kashmir. According to the army, Pakistani soldiers targeted the front posts of the Indian Army without any provocation. Not only was the firing from small arms at 2 to 20 minutes, but mortar shells were also called. It is being told that this shelling was done only by targeting the Indian soldiers across the border. Army has also responded. Although no information has been received yet, how much damage has been done to the Pakistani army in response to the Indian Army.

Meanwhile, there has also been firing from Pakistan in Balakot area of Poonch sector of Jammu. For this reason, business from Pankh’s Chakk da Bagh has been postponed. On Saturday, an Indian couple was killed and two children were injured in Pakistani firing in Poonch. In recent months many incidents of ceasefire violations have been reported from Pakistan.

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Earlier, today the security forces in central Budgam district of central Kashmir had killed three militants of Hizbul Mujahideen in the encounter. After receiving accurate intelligence about the presence of militants in the Redbag area of Badgam, the security forces started a search operation by siege the area on Tuesday evening.

The encounter started during the search campaign when militants started firing on the security forces. The campaign was stopped at night, but the security forces kept the siege of the area to stop the terrorists from escaping. The encounter started again in the morning. A police official said that three militants were killed in the encounter and some weapons and ammunition were recovered from the spot.

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