On Tuesday South Kashmir accepted to be the hotbed of militancy, endorsed another violent day. A series of suspicious militant attacks were proclaimed from at least four areas in Pulwama and Anantnag within a tiny span. At least police personnel and 13 CRPF were injured in the attacks, and militant absconded with four rifles from one of the spots. The predominant attack took place at Laryar Tral in Pulwama district when militants tossed a grenade on the campsite of F 180 Batallion of the CRPF. Earlier, two militants who were scooped up in a house at Sopore in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district were killed in a conflict with security forces.
Nine recruits of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were, told a CRPF spokesman. The stipulation of three was stated to be serious. Hours after that, a CRPF campsite of the 130 Batallion in Padgampora place of Pulwama district looked another grenade attack. No wounds or damages were authored, as the grenade had not detonated inside the camp.
Militant also tossed a grenade on a Pulwama police station, wounding two personnel. “Militant consumed Under Barrel Grenade Launcher (UBGL) to the destination the police station. Two persons were wounded, and both are out of hazard now,” a senior police officer stated.
In the neighbouring Anantnag district, two cops were injured and four weapons burgled after suspected militants stormed the guard post of a resigned judge late in the evening. Police told militants assaulted policemen guarding the house of resigned Justice Muzaffar Attar at Anchidora in south Kashmir Anantnag district.
An endorsed manning the police control room Anantnag knowledgeable that of the two cops who were injured, one was critical. “The attackers also has taken away four self-loading rifles,” the official announced.
He told that the judge was not at his home. The instant after the attack, security forces lofted a search operation in the place to track down the attackers.
There were also gossips of similar attacks in other portion of the Valley, but there was no endorsed confirmation. On Monday Police told militants had thrown grenades at the CRPF campsite in Trail late night as well. Minor wounds to a jawan were reported.
Tral was the hometown of famous Burhan Wani Hizbul Mujahedeen militant, who was killed in a shot last year. His adviser Sabzar Bhat was gunned down in a shot by security forces last month.
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