Battle with militants rages in Jammu; 2 JCOs, 2 kids killed
Battle with militants rages in Jammu; 2 JCOs, 2 kids killed
Gun shots heard inside Sunjwan Army camp area cordoned off. Image courtesy ANI Twitter
11 February, 2018, 05:17
Quick Reaction Teams (QRTs) of the Indian Army engaged the terrorists as they targeted the quarters of the JCOs after entering the camp from the rear. The attack took place early in the morning, the attackers were a group of Jaish-e- Mohammed terrorists. Ministry of Defence Spokesman in Jammu Lt-Col Devendra Anand told waiting mediapersons outside the main gate of the military station late on Saturday, "in the ongoing operations in Sunjwan, the Army has killed three heavily armed terrorists".
Perimeter security will be strengthened at Army bases under six commands, the sources said. "In the early hours today after a brief exchange of fire with sentry on the periphery, some terrorists entered the family accommodation complex", he said. The 740 km LoC is under the operational control of the Army and 192 km International Boundary (IB) along Jammu is manned by the Border Security Force (BSF). Schools in the entire area around the camp have been closed by authorities as a precautionary measure.
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Army helicopters and drones have been pressed to service recce the area, officials said.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti also took stock of the situation arising out of the terror attack at Sunjwan Army camp at a high-level meeting of officers. Almost a dozen soldiers were killed when militant attacked the camp in 2003. The militants have been cornered in one of the family quarters, he said.
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