The attack came a day after two terrorists were gunned down while three soldiers lost their lives in an exchange of fire near an Army camp in Rajouri.
Srinagar: In yet another attack, a migrant labourer from Bihar was shot dead by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora district. The police said the labourer hailed from Madhepura district.
The Kashmir Zone Police in a tweet said, “During intervening night, terrorists fired upon & injured one migrant labourer Mohd Amrez, r/o Madhepura, Besarh, Bihar at Soadnara Sumbal, Bandipora. He was shifted to hospital for treatment where he succumbed.”
The attack came a day after two terrorists were gunned down while three soldiers lost their lives in an exchange of fire near an Army camp in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri on Thursday.
According to reports, both the terrorists, reportedly associated with Lashkar-e-Taiba, had attempted to barge into an Army camp at Pargal in Rajouri by crossing the fence but their movement was detected by the Army personnel.
Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Mukesh Singh said that two terrorists trying to sneak into a post in the dark at Pargal in Rajouri were detected. They were engaged by alert troops. The terrorists have been neutralised.
As per the reports, the Indian soldiers who were martyred during the incident were identified as Subedar Rajendra Prasad, Rifleman Manoj Kumar and Rifleman Lakshmanan D. They suffered bullet injuries at their bodies and succumbed to their injuries while stopping the terrorists from entering the camp. Two other soldiers were injured in the attack and were undergoing treatment.
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