Security forces foil infiltration bid, kill five Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri sector

Security forces on Monday foiled an infiltration bid near the Line of Control in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir, killing five Jaish-e-Mohammad militants

PTI January 15, 2018 10:46:11 IST
Security forces foil infiltration bid, kill five Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri sector

Srinagar: Security forces on Monday foiled an infiltration bid near the Line of Control in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir, killing five Jaish-e-Mohammad militants. A defence spokesman said that five militants were killed.

Security forces foil infiltration bid kill five JaisheMohammad terrorists in Jammu and Kashmirs Uri sector

Representational image. PTI

Earlier, director general of Police SP Vaid said four JeM militants were killed at Dulanja in Uri sector in a joint operation by the Army,police and other security forces.

"Three suicidal JeM terrorists killed in Dulanja Uri while infiltrating in a joint operation by @JmuKmrPolice/Army/
CAPF. Search for the fourth terrorist is still on," Vaid said in a tweet.

The DGP later updated that the fourth militant has also been killed.

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