Two security force personnel killed in militant attack on quick reaction team near J&K's Srinagar

Security forces have cordoned off the area and launched a search operation to track down the assailants, said a police official

Press Trust of India November 26, 2020 16:13:26 IST
Two security force personnel killed in militant attack on quick reaction team near J&K's Srinagar

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Srinagar: Two security force personnel were killed in a militant attack on a quick reaction team (QRT)at Parimpora on the outskirts of the city on Thursday, police said.

The ultras opened fire on the security forces at Khushipora in Parimpora area, a police official said.

Security forces have cordoned off the area and launched a search operation to track down the assailants, he said.

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