'No hostage crisis in Sunjwan army camp post militant attack'

'No hostage crisis in Sunjwan army camp post militant attack'

'No hostage crisis in Sunjwan army camp post militant attack'

Also, the reports are coming that a JCO has been martyred and six others, including women and children, were injured and are in hospitalized for now.

In 2006, a suicide attack carried out at the Sunjuwan camp saw the death of 12 soldiers before two fidayeen militants were killed. The Army in a media briefing in the evening confirmed that two terrorists have been killed in the counter-operations.

"At around 0455 hrs suspicious movement was noticed by the Sentry and his bunker was sacked upon, the fire was retaliated", he said.

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It was unclear how many militants were involved. However, the operation continues.

After hearing the gunshots, other troops at the station retaliated and exchange of fire continued for almost an hour, sources said. "And they must have walked nearly 200 meters and reached the JCO quarters", a senior Indian Army officer told Firstpost on the condition of anonymity.

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Officials said an unknown number of attackers is cornered inside the residential complex of the camp, where they are locked in a fierce standoff.

"As part of the ongoing operations in Sunjuwan, the army has killed two heavily armed terrorists".

An Army personnel succumbed to his injuries after a terror attack at an Army camp in Sunjwan area of Jammu and Kashmir in the wee hours of Saturday.

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Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti visited the Military Hospital in Jammu to meet the injured after holding a high level meeting with the. Army chief Bipin Rawat has reportedly briefed Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on the attack.

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