Jammu attack: CM Mehbooba Mufti visits injured, assures support for treatment
Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti visited the Army Hospital at Satwari on Saturday evening and enquired about the condition of those injured in militant attack on Sunjwan Army camp
Jammu/Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti visited the Army Hospital at Satwari on Saturday evening and enquired about the condition of those injured in militant attack on Sunjwan Army camp.
According to an official spokesperson, the chief minister met all the injured and wished them a speedy recovery. She also interacted with the doctors and enquired about the condition of the injured. She assured all support from the state government in their treatment, the spokesperson was quoted as saying in a statement.
Director General of Police SP Vaid, Inspector General of Police, Jammu SDS Jamwal, senior Army officers and officials of police and civil administration were present there, he said.
Heavily armed Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists on Saturday struck at the Army camp, killing two personnel and injuring nine others including a Major, nearly 15 months after the Jammu region was hit by a similar attack. The injured included four Army personnel and five women and children.
Two terrorists, both in combat gear, were gunned down after the Army evacuated people from 150 family quarters within the sprawling camp of the 36 Brigade of Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry, an officer said.
The mastermind of Sunjuwan terror attack JeM terrorist Mufti Waqas was killed while a policeman was injured in an encounter by 50 RR and SOG Awantipora in Lethpora area of Jammu and Kashmir, media reports said.
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