Kashmir: Two Army personnel, 1 cop killed in militant attack

Two Army men and a cop were killed, while three other security personnel were injured on Wednesday in a militant attack in Baramulla district of Kashmir, police said.

PTI August 17, 2016 08:04:04 IST
Kashmir: Two Army personnel, 1 cop killed in militant attack

Srinagar: Two Army men and a cop were killed, while three other security personnel were injured on Wednesday in a militant attack in Baramulla district of Kashmir, police said.

Militants ambushed an Army convoy at Khwajabagh in Baramulla at 2.30 am, a police official said.

He said two soldiers were killed and two others were injured.

"One policeman was also killed while another cop was injured as their vehicle also came under attack by the militants," the official said.

He said a massive operation has been launched to track down the attackers, who fled the spot.

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