Army chief Bipin Rawat arrives in Jammu to review anti-terror operation at Sunjuwan Military Station
Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat arrived in Jammu on Sunday to review an anti-terror operation at the Sunjuwan camp which was attacked by JeM militants a day ago
Jammu: Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat arrived in Jammu on Sunday to review an anti-terror operation at the Sunjuwan camp which was attacked by JeM militants a day ago leading to the deaths of two soldiers.
The victims, including a junior army officer, were killed and nine others injured after the group of heavily-armed Jaish-e-Muhammad militants dressed in army fatigues stormed into the camp at around 4.45 am on Saturday.
The militants entered the family quarters when everyone was asleep, according to defence officials.
Three terrorists have been killed, while one terrorist is still reportedly holed up.
The final assault against the fourth militant is likely to begin in a short while, the officials said.
Nepal's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Sewa Lamsal during a press conference in Kathmandu said that chances of an immediate decision on the scheme of short-term recruitment into the Indian armed forces are slim
Proposals have been fielded for guns, missiles, drones, counter drone, loiter munition, communication and optical systems, specialist vehicles, engineering equipment and alternate energy resources
The defence minister said the country's goal is not only to make items for its needs, but also to export defence items to other countries