Army stops infiltration bid, kills at least 10 terrorists in Kashmir
New Delhi : A soldier lost his life and two were injured in an encounter with terrorists trying to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir's Naugam on Tuesday evening.
According to several reports, Army killed at least 10 terrorists who were trying to cross over into Kashmir's Uri, where 18 soldiers were martyred in a terror attack two days back.
Security forces are expected to continue counter operations overnight in both places, which are about 100 km apart in Kashmir.
There were also reports that Pakistan on Tuesday morning violated ceasefire and fired incessantly at Indian posts in Uri for nearly 20 minutes.
# Indian Army on Tuesday killed 10-12 terrorists while foiling the infiltration bid across LoC.
# Apparently, a cover fire was also done from Pakistan's side to ensure these militants enter Indian side safely.
# They were trying to make a pass from the same place Uri, where 18 soldiers were martyred two days back.
# On Sunday, four terrorists sneaked into a military base, threw grenades and opened fire, causing the most number of deaths that the army has seen in years.
# All four militants were killed after three-hour long gun battle.
# India has directly blamed Pakistan for the Uri terror attack and has decided to isolate the country globally.
# The army said on Monday that it reserves the right to respond to any cross-border terror attack "at the time and place of our own choosing."