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Security Forces foiled an Infiltration bid and killed one terrorist in Kupwara

Security Forces foiled an Infiltration bid and killed one terrorist in Kupwara
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Security Forces foiled an Infiltration bid and killed one terrorist in Kupwara

SRINAGAR: Security forces on Sunday foiled an infiltration bid when they killed a terrorist near the Line of Control in Jammu Kashmir’s Kupwara district, police said.
The bid was foiled in Amrohi area of Tangdhar.
“Army and Kupwara police in a joint operation foiled an infiltration bid by neutralizing a terrorist on LoC in Amrohi area of Tangdhar sector”, Jammu and Kashmir police said in a tweet.
The identity and affiliation of the militant was not yet established.
Some incriminating materials, arms and ammunition were also recovered.
Search operation is in progress and further details shall follow, police said.

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