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Jammu & Kashmir: 5 Soldiers martyred in Rajouri district

On May 5th, our 5 soldiers martyred during the anti-terrorist search operation encounter with terrorists in the Rajouri district in Jammu & Kashmir.

The Indian Army launched an operation about a half-month ago to clear away the terrorists involved in the waylay of an army truck at Tota Gali in Bhata Dhurian of the Jammu sector, where five other soldiers lost their lives.

The anti-terrorist search was on till an encounter broke out in the Rajouri district between the terrorists and the Indian Soldiers.

The terrorists triggered an explosive device in retaliation resulting in two fatal casualties along with injuries to the soldiers.

One terrorist body founded full of bombs and weapons.

Two of our brave soldiers died on the spot, and four injured, taken to the Commander’s Hospital on May 5 in the Udhampur district of J&K.

Out of the 4 jawans who injured, 3 succumbed to their serious injuries.

The encounter took place in a densely populated border area. The terrain is a big challenge, which is why it has taken so many days for the security forces to establish contact with the terrorists.

Search operation ‘Trinetra’ is still on in the Rajouri district. Two terrorists killed on Saturday, one in Rajouri district and the other in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Previously, Foreign Minister of Pakistan Bilawal Bhutto objected to the G20 meetings, a few days after terror attack occurred on April 20th in the Poonch district, J&K.

On May 4th, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto arrived in India as India sent invitations to Pakistan along with China for SEO meetings. A day later, terror attack took place.

Government Actions

Internet Services snapped all over the Rajouri district in J&K.

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh along with General Chief Manoj Pande reached Rajouri district to take stock of the situation and activities in the area.

General Officer Commanding in Chief (GOC) Army Northern Command, Lt. General Upendra Driwedi is active on Ground Zero and taking every information of every activity related to the search op. in the Rajouri district, J&K.

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