Uri terror attack: One more soldier succumbs to injuries, death toll reaches 18

Sepoy K Vikas Janardhan, who was airlifted to the Army Research and Referral Hospital after being critically injured in the Uri attack, succumbed to injuries on Monday, raising the toll in the terror strike to 18.

PTI September 19, 2016 16:07:06 IST
Uri terror attack: One more soldier succumbs to injuries, death toll reaches 18

New Delhi: Sepoy K Vikas Janardhan, who was airlifted to the Army Research and Referral Hospital after being critically injured in the Uri attack, succumbed to injuries on Monday, raising the toll in the terror strike to 18.

Two other critically injured soldiers have also been airlifted to the military hospital.

Uri terror attack One more soldier succumbs to injuries death toll reaches 18

Army soldiers rush to the attack site in Uri. PTI

Seventeen soldiers were on Sunday killed in the attack, while about 23 others were injured.

Of the 17 killed on Sunday, eight were from the administrative section which included seven cooks.

Uri, a small town located 103km north of Srinagar, woke up to heavy gunfire yesterday when four terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed group entered the battalion headquarters of 10 Dogra regiment and killed 17 soldiers. All the four terrorists were eliminated.

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