A constable modified into killed and one policeman injured, as paramilitary personnel foiled a fidayeen attack on the CRPF’s 23 Battalion headquarters in Srinagar on February 12.
CRPF spokesman Rajesh Yadav stated constable Mujahid Khan of Bihar modified into hit in the initial fire when two militants, armed with AK-47s, tried to attack the camp spherical Four.30 a.m.
Sentry Raghunath Ghait, who spotted them, opened fire.
“The militants fled the situation after the sentry’s fire averted them from entering the camp,” stated Mr. Yadav.
Jammu and Kashmir Minister and authorities spokesman Abdul Rehman Veeri stated that at 10 a.m., when a team modified into conducting a search in the field, it modified into fired upon shut to Gole Market, Karan Nagar. “The militants maintain been cornered in a rental below construction,” he stated.
The come upon with them modified into on leisurely on Monday night. The field, which has a health center and the police headquarters interior sight, modified into sealed.
One policeman modified into shot in the shoulder when the safety forces tried to zero in on the building.
5 families evacuated
Sources stated the safety forces had been utilizing grenades, improvised explosive devices and explosive devices in the come upon.
CRPF Inspector-GeneralRavideep Sahai stated 5 families had been evacuated from shut to the positioning. Security forces had to advise teargas shells to disperse protesters attempting to converge on the scene.
Meanwhile, two militants, at the side of a neighborhood recruit of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, Owais Bashir Mir, died in north Kashmir’s Sopore.
“Mir modified into stumbled on injured while the different lay ineffective on the interior hyperlink aspect toll road in Warpora. A bike modified into mendacity shut to the physique. Mir later succumbed to his injuries,” stated the police.
Police also stated Mohammad Mohd Yousf Moderately (45) modified into killed “after he modified into fired upon by unknown gunmen in Charangam when he modified into interior a passenger automobile.”