Explosive substance found on Srinagar-Baramulla highway, stir among people
Explosive substance found on Srinagar-Baramulla highway, stir among people

Jammu: A suspicious object, which was stuffed inside a cylinder, has also been found on the Srinagar-Baramulla highway near Lavpora area of ​​Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. It is being described as IED. As soon as the information was received, a team of police and security forces reached the spot. Bomb disposal squad has also been called. At the same time, traffic has been stopped in view of security.

Search operation continues for the seventh day in Rajori-Poonch: Reports say that the search operation of security forces is still going on in search of terrorists hiding in the forests of Poonch and Rajori districts of Jammu division. On Wednesday, once again Rashtriya Rifles, Army Para Commandos, CRPF Cobra Commandos and Police SOG searched the forests. The help of helicopters and drones was also taken in the operation.

Security forces are also conducting search operations in the forests of Budhal, Thannamandi, Darhal, Shahdara Sharif, DKG, Bhangai, Manjakot, Kotranka of Rajouri. Terrorists are believed to be hiding in caves built in dense forests. Therefore, searches are also being done using helicopters and drones. According to sources, terrorists are waiting in ambush in the caves. In such a situation, the soldiers are moving forward with great caution. 

Reports say that on May 5, the terrorists who were ambushed in a cave in the Kesari Hill forest area of ​​Kotranka, Rajori, started firing on the army commandos. 5 para commandos were martyred in the attack. Similarly, on November 22, in Bajimal of Kalakot, the terrorists ambushed inside the cave opened fire and martyred 5 army soldiers including 2 captains. Due to this, the security forces had to face difficulties in eliminating the terrorists hiding in the caves.

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