Two infiltrators were killed after the Indian Army successfully thwarted an infiltration attempt in the Machil area of Jammu & Kashmir. Two terrorist hideouts were previously discovered in Pulwama.
The Indian Army stopped a significant infiltration attempt in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, killing two infiltrators in the process.
The operation took place in the Machil region of the Kupwara district in North Kashmir near the Line of Control (LoC).
Security personnel raided two terrorist hideouts earlier today in Pulwama’s Gujar Basti neighborhood of Gulshanpora Tral.
“After receiving a particular tip, the 42 RR of the Army and J&K Police cordoned off a section of the Nagbal Forest in Gulshanpora Tral. Two extremist hideouts were discovered during searches, according to the authorities.
Dilbag Singh, the director general of police for Jammu and Kashmir, stated on Thursday that the security grid around the borders and in the hinterlands is vigilant and active to thwart the evil plans of Pakistan-backed anti-national elements.
He said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir desire peace and are aware of Pakistan’s criminal insanity in trying to incite the young to rebel against their own people.
“The security grid on the borders and within the hinterlands is alert and active to thwart nefarious designs of Pakistan-backed anti-national elements,” Singh said during a daylong trip of the Udhampur and Reasi districts, where he met with trainee officers and jawans.