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On 26/11 anniversary, terror attack in Srinagar; at least 2 soldiers martyred

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On 26/11 anniversary, terror attack in Srinagar; at least 2 soldiers martyred

On 26/11 anniversary, terror attack in Srinagar; at least 2 soldiers martyred

Two security force personnel were killed in a terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir.

Police said the attack took place on a quick reaction team (QRT) on the outskirts of Srinagar.

Following the attack, security forces cordoned off the area and launched a search operation.

Police said that QRT came under indiscriminate firing by 3 ultras, who were travelling in a van.

The injured jawans were rushed to a military facility in Sharifabad camp where they succumbed.


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