Around 182 battalion BSF camps have been hit by a Fidayeen attack at around 4 am on Tuesday. The Security Force has taken the entire building home. Firing from both sides is happening. Two terrorists have been killed in Srinagar’s BSF Camp. A young man has died, while three are injured. The Srinagar’s BSF Camp administrative building is still estimated to be a terrorist. It is surrounded by the army.
According to the news agency UNI, Jaish-e-Mohammed took responsibility for the Fidayeen Attack on Srinagar’s BSF Camp. This camp is close to Srinagar Airport. In this way, the air traffic and this road going off was closed for some time. However, later it was opened. Rajnath Singh has convened a high-level meeting to discuss the Fidayeen Attack on Srinagar’s BSF Camp.
According to police spokesperson, two terrorists have been killed in counter-firing in response to the security force. An ASI of BSF has become a martyr. Two BSF troopers and a policeman were wounded. According to an official source, the news agency said that fidayeen terrorists fired heavily after attacking the grenade on the BSF Camp near Hamhama.
The Battalion Handles The Security Of The Runway
This battalion of BSF has been entrusted to the security of the runway of Srinagar Airport. This camp is near the old airfield of Srinagar. Indian Air Force runs this airfield. There are also training centers of BSF and CRPF in this area. After this incident, schools in the area have been closed. On Tuesday, the police seized 5 kg of IED (intensive explosive device) from Nathipora area.
Jaish-E-Mohammed Took Responsibility
Pakistani terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed took responsibility for a fidayeen attack on the BSF camp. Although it’s official confirmation has not been confirmed. According to the news agency, the person who told Jams’ spokesperson about this gave information about this by calling the media. There is also talk of further attacks in the terrorist organization.
Police officer killed in Pulwama
In Pulwama on the night of Monday, terrorists killed a policeman in Avantipura of Pulwama district in Jammu and Kashmir. According to the police, Ashiq Ahmad was stationed at the local police station in Munshi area. Ashiq Ahmed was returning from a marriage ceremony at Padangampora, 30 km from Srinagar at that time.
5 Terrorists Killed On Monday
The Army had killed five militants trying to infiltrate on Monday on Line of Control (LOC) in Kashmir. These incursions were being conducted in Rampur sector of Baramulla district and in Tangdhar sector of Kupwara district. Weapons and ammunition were recovered from the militants.