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Security Forces Thwart Major Terror Plots in J&K Amid Surge in Attacks

Security Forces Thwart Major Terror Plots in J&K Amid Surge in Attacks

In a prolonged operation lasting over 15 hours, security forces killed a terrorist holed up in Saida Sukhal village, Kathua district, Jammu and Kashmir, on Wednesday. The operation also resulted in the death of his partner and a CRPF jawan, officials reported. The incident began on Tuesday night when two terrorists were spotted in the border village.

Two senior officers escaped unharmed despite their vehicles being struck by bullets. The operation intensified when one terrorist, firing indiscriminately, was killed around 3 am. CRPF jawan Kabir Dass, from Madhya Pradesh, was critically injured and later succumbed to his injuries.

In a related incident in Doda district, terrorists attacked a joint checkpost of the Rashtriya Rifles and police on the Bhaderwah-Pathankot road. This attack left five troopers and a special police officer injured. The highway has been closed as a search operation is underway.

These attacks followed a terrorist assault on a bus carrying pilgrims from the Shiv Khori temple to Katra, which veered off the road, killing nine and injuring 41 on Sunday. Police have offered a Rs 20 lakh reward for information on the terrorists involved and released a sketch of one suspect.

In Kathua, the second terrorist was killed in a gunfight by noon on Wednesday. A large cache of arms, ammunition, and over Rs 1 lakh in cash was recovered from the encounter site. The terrorists, believed to be Pakistanis, were identified after infiltrating the border and seeking water from a household.

During the Kathua operation, vehicles of Deputy Inspector General of Police Sunil Gupta and Senior Superintendent of Police Anayat Ali Choudhary were hit by bullets, but the officers were uninjured. Additional Director General of Police Anand Jain, overseeing the operation, noted Pakistan's continued attempts to disrupt peace in the region. The civilian injured in the attack is hospitalized.

Security operations continue in both Kathua and Doda to track down the remaining terrorists.

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Security Forces Thwart Major Terror Plots in J&K Amid Surge in Attacks

Security Forces Thwart Major Terror Plots in J&K Amid Surge in Attacks

In a prolonged operation lasting over 15 hours, security forces killed a terrorist holed up in Saida Sukhal village, Kathua district, Jammu and Kashmir, on Wednesday. The operation also resulted in the death of his partner and a CRPF jawan, officials reported. The incident began on Tuesday night when two terrorists were spotted in the border village.

Two senior officers escaped unharmed despite their vehicles being struck by bullets. The operation intensified when one terrorist, firing indiscriminately, was killed around 3 am. CRPF jawan Kabir Dass, from Madhya Pradesh, was critically injured and later succumbed to his injuries.

In a related incident in Doda district, terrorists attacked a joint checkpost of the Rashtriya Rifles and police on the Bhaderwah-Pathankot road. This attack left five troopers and a special police officer injured. The highway has been closed as a search operation is underway.

These attacks followed a terrorist assault on a bus carrying pilgrims from the Shiv Khori temple to Katra, which veered off the road, killing nine and injuring 41 on Sunday. Police have offered a Rs 20 lakh reward for information on the terrorists involved and released a sketch of one suspect.

In Kathua, the second terrorist was killed in a gunfight by noon on Wednesday. A large cache of arms, ammunition, and over Rs 1 lakh in cash was recovered from the encounter site. The terrorists, believed to be Pakistanis, were identified after infiltrating the border and seeking water from a household.

During the Kathua operation, vehicles of Deputy Inspector General of Police Sunil Gupta and Senior Superintendent of Police Anayat Ali Choudhary were hit by bullets, but the officers were uninjured. Additional Director General of Police Anand Jain, overseeing the operation, noted Pakistan's continued attempts to disrupt peace in the region. The civilian injured in the attack is hospitalized.

Security operations continue in both Kathua and Doda to track down the remaining terrorists.

 

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