Friday, April 12, 2024

Creating liberating content

HomeNationalJ-K: Joint security...

J-K: Joint security team foils infiltration bid along LoC, guns down 2 terrorists – World News Network

Kupwara (Jammu and Kashmir) [India] September 30 (ANI): Two terrorists were killed as the Indian troops, in a joint operation with Jammu and Kashmir Police, foiled an infiltration attempt in the Machil sector of Kupwara district, the Army informed through a statement on Saturday evening.
During a sweep of the area after the intelligence-based operation, the forces recovered the bodies of the two terrorists and two AK series rifles along with ammunition were also recovered from the scene, the Army informed further.
According to the release, inputs were received from Jammu and Kashmir Police, the Indian Army and different intelligence agencies about infiltration attempts by a group of 2-4 terrorists in the Macchal sector in Kupwara.
“A Joint Operation was launched by the Indian Army and JKP in General Area Gucchi Nar in Machil Sector on the night of  September 29 and 30. Multiple ambushes were laid ahead of the own side of the LOC fence,” the statement added.
On September 30, at 10.40 pm, the ambush party noticed the movement of two terrorists from the Pakistan side and saw them approaching the Line of Control fence, as per the statement.
“The ambush party maintained complete tactical surprise and firefight ensured where terrorists tried to flee across the LOC under the cover of dense foliage, however, firefight resulted in the killing of one terrorist instantly. Later, during the ensuing firefight, the second terrorist was also neutralized,” it added.
“The bodies of two terrorists were recovered during a search of the area,” the statement said.
Upon futher search, two AK Series Rifles, ninety rounds of AK ammunition, one pistol, two hand grenades, Pakistan currency notes worth 2,100, winter clothing, medicines and other war-like stores were also recovered, as per the statement
“The operation is in progress,” the Army added in its release. (ANI)

Disclaimer: This story is auto-generated from a syndicated feed of ANI; only the image & headline may have been reworked by News Services Division of World News Network Inc Ltd and Palghar News and Pune News and World News

Get notified whenever we post something new!


Create a website from scratch

Just drag and drop elements in a page to get started with Newspaper Theme.

Continue reading

Jayesh Saini, chairman of Lifecare Hospitals, felicitated with “Best Emerging Leader 2023” – World News Network

New Delhi [India], November 16: In a momentous celebration of innovation and excellence, Jayesh Saini, the visionary Chairman of Lifecare Hospitals, has been honored with the prestigious "World's Best Emerging Brand for Lifecare" and "Best Emerging Leader" awards from the esteemed WCRCINT at The House of Lords, London.

SundayGrids Unveils Revolutionary ‘Digital Solar’ Platform, Paving the Way for Accessible Clean Energy in India – World News Network

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], November 16: SundayGrids, an innovative clean energy company, has launched a groundbreaking 'Digital Solar' service, revolutionizing the way urban India interacts with solar energy. This pioneering platform enables individuals to subscribe to solar power without the need for rooftop panel installations, overcoming one of the most significant barriers to solar adoption in densely populated areas.

Global Fisheries Conference India 2023 to be held in Ahmedabad on Nov 21- 22: Union Minister Rupala – World News Network

The curtain raiser event of the Global Fisheries Conference India 2023 Union Minister Parshottam Rupala said, "The Indian Fisheries Sector has shown a growth of in fish production, export, aquaculture that is the cumulative result of efforts from Centre, States/UTs and beneficiaries in all fields particularly Inland Fisheries that makes up for more than 70 per cent of the fish production".

Enjoy exclusive access to all of our content

Get an online subscription and you can unlock any article you come across.