Jammu and Kashmir: Two terrorists killed in attack on Agniveer rally in Baramulla, arms seized
Jammu Kashmir News: Today in Jammu and Kashmir, Indian soldiers earned a big success. Indian soldiers killed two terrorists in Baramulla in Jammu and Kashmir. A huge quantity of weapons has been seized from them.
The rally is held under the new scheme of recruitment in the army, Agneepath, is also now the target of terrorists. This was revealed today when Indian soldiers succeeded in killing two terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. Both these jawans were asked to target the Agniveer recruitment rally. These people were looking for it, meanwhile Indian soldiers today killed them in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir.
In fact, on Friday, two terrorists were killed in an encounter with security forces in the Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir. After the encounter ended, the police said that they were asked to obstruct the Army's 'Agniveer' recruitment. Baramulla SSP Rais Muhammad Bhat said that after receiving intelligence, security forces including Army, SSB and local police launched a search operation at Yedipora village in the Baramulla district.
The SSP said that the hiding terrorists opened fire on the security forces from a house, following which the encounter started. Both the terrorists were killed this morning. His exact identity is being ascertained. An AKS 74U rifle, a pistol and several magazines were recovered from them, he said. The SSP said we had received intelligence that these two terrorists have been assigned the task of attacking the ongoing Agniveer recruitment rally in Baramulla.
Meanwhile, in Kathua district, security forces launched a massive search operation along the International Border (IB) on Thursday after villagers reported drone activity in the area. Villagers of Talli village of Hiranagar sub-division of Kathua said that they had seen a drone roaming in the area. Following the information, a massive search operation was launched in the areas near the IB in the Hiranagar sector. However, no objectionable activity has been found in the search operation so far.