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Army major among two soldiers killed, three others injured in explosions near LoC in Rajouri
Reports said an army gypsy was moving on a road stretch in forward area of LoC in Lam Pukharni area of Nowshera sector in Rajouri district when an explosion took place.
Two soldiers, including an army major, were killed and three others wounded in twin explosions and firing across the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday.

Reports said an army gypsy was moving on a road stretch in forward area of LoC in Lam Pukharni area of Nowshera sector in Rajouri district when an explosion took place.

"Three army personnel including a Havaldar got injured in this explosion who were soon shifted to a medical facility,” said an official, adding that the injured were later airlifted to command hospital Udhampur.

However, one of the injured army soldiers later succumbed.

The official said the second explosion took place in the same area when reinforcements were rushed to the site of the incident.

"When a team of army was moving towards the site of earlier explosion site, another powerful blast took place," he said.

He added in the second incident, an army officer of the rank of major, who was the company commander in the area, was killed on the spot.

“There could be some injuries in this second explosion but there are no details of the same as of now," he said.

Meanwhile, searches are being carried out in the entire area where explosions took place as there are possibilities of some infiltrators or border action team personnel still hiding in the forest area, said the official.

In third incident, an army porter namely Hem Raj son of Tara Chand resident of Dadal Sunderbani got injured when he was hit at by a Pakistani sniper on LoC in Sunderbani, the official added.

He said the injured porter has been airlifted to a hospital for advanced treatment

Source:https://www.greaterkashmir.com/news...kLikqqOJijeu6LXkYjCWW0JAeFJ1aGbutqJ1FDrf-kGFc
 

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Good that an Indian encroachment was stopped. Why are the Indians using civilian porters in combat areas?
 

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Army major among two soldiers killed, three others injured in explosions near LoC in Rajouri
Reports said an army gypsy was moving on a road stretch in forward area of LoC in Lam Pukharni area of Nowshera sector in Rajouri district when an explosion took place.
Two soldiers, including an army major, were killed and three others wounded in twin explosions and firing across the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday.

Reports said an army gypsy was moving on a road stretch in forward area of LoC in Lam Pukharni area of Nowshera sector in Rajouri district when an explosion took place.

"Three army personnel including a Havaldar got injured in this explosion who were soon shifted to a medical facility,” said an official, adding that the injured were later airlifted to command hospital Udhampur.

However, one of the injured army soldiers later succumbed.

The official said the second explosion took place in the same area when reinforcements were rushed to the site of the incident.

"When a team of army was moving towards the site of earlier explosion site, another powerful blast took place," he said.

He added in the second incident, an army officer of the rank of major, who was the company commander in the area, was killed on the spot.

“There could be some injuries in this second explosion but there are no details of the same as of now," he said.

Meanwhile, searches are being carried out in the entire area where explosions took place as there are possibilities of some infiltrators or border action team personnel still hiding in the forest area, said the official.

In third incident, an army porter namely Hem Raj son of Tara Chand resident of Dadal Sunderbani got injured when he was hit at by a Pakistani sniper on LoC in Sunderbani, the official added.

He said the injured porter has been airlifted to a hospital for advanced treatment

Source:https://www.greaterkashmir.com/news...kLikqqOJijeu6LXkYjCWW0JAeFJ1aGbutqJ1FDrf-kGFc



Why are posting it in Pakistan Army section? and also didn't use proper title of the thread.

RiP for those who lost their lives.
 

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IED was planted by LeT and their side wing Al badr militants.


Today in retaliation, Indian army killed the IED expert of Al Badr Zeenat Ul Islam.

Today Governor of Jammu & Kashmir revealed the blast was carried out by terrorists.

Nothing to do with LoC firing or BAT

Speaking on the martyrdom of an Army Major and a Soldier in an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) explosion along the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district on Friday, the governor said such acts demonstrate Pakistan’s frustration.

"Frustrated Salahuddin (Supremo of Hizbul Mujahideen in Azad Kashmir) asked terrorists to do something as the forces with the help of people, who are supporting us, are foiling their plans. There is complete peace in the valley,” he said.
 

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IED was planted by LeT and their side wing Al badr militants.


Today in retaliation, Indian army killed the IED expert of Al Badr Zeenat Ul Islam.

Today Governor of Jammu & Kashmir revealed the blast was carried out by terrorists.

Nothing to do with LoC firing or BAT
Thanks for clarification.. Otherwise you guys always whining about infiltration from pak side and there no on going militancy inside jamu kashmir.. Truth is kashmires young generation dont want to accept terrorist indian army on their beloved land..
 

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This struggle will now gaun momentum and not die down. We need to support it by highlighting the plight of the Kashmiris across all international fora.
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