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Watch: Aftermath of Nagrota encounter in which 4 terrorists killed

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Watch: Aftermath of Nagrota encounter in which 4 terrorists killed

Watch: Aftermath of Nagrota encounter in which 4 terrorists killed

At least four terrorists have been gunned down and two police constables sustained injuries in the encounter at Ban Toll Plaza in Jammu on November 19.

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and J-K Police received input about the movement of terrorists from Samba sector towards Nagrota.

When the terrorists reached the toll plaza they were trapped and eliminated by the security forces.

Total 11 AK-47 rifles and several grenades have been recovered.

The encounter broke out between terrorists and security forces on the morning of November 19.


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