On Saturday heavily armed fidayeens stormed the highly fortified District Police Lines, i.e. DPL in Pulwama and fired aimlessly. One policeman, as well as two CRPF jawans, has died, at the same time as five security force men have been wounded.
The attack happened at around 4.30 am when the fidayeens fired indiscriminately and barged into the DPL complex at Pulwama. Rajesh Yadav, the CRPF spokesman at Srinagar, told media that “At least two militants are holed up in the construction. Up till now three CRPF men, as well as a J&K policeman, have been injured.”
Security forces have hurried in corroborations to counteract the holed up militants. All the entry, as well as exit ends, have been sealed off and safety forces have tensed the cordon and occupied the ultras. Sources supposed there was the heavy swap of firing amid militants and the defense forces.
Yadav alleged, “Police in addition to 182th battalion of CRPF is on the job to get rid of the ultras”.
Mobile internet facilities have been reserved in the region as a defensive measure to stay away from rumour mongering and put off miscreants from assembling crowds in the district.
The attack followed approximately two months subsequent to security forces thwarted two alike suicide attacks in Kashmir valley. On 5th June CRPF foiled the main fidayeen attack when they slew four suicide attackers previous to they could construct their mode into the camp of 45th battalion in Sumbal in North Kashmir’s Bandipora region.
On 11th June Indian army has disenchanted the main fidayeen attack on its setting up in the Uri sector later than they foiled the main penetration bid on the Line of Control, i.e. LoC furthermore killed five Lashkar-e-Tioba suicide bombers who were armed with exclusively bodily built-in Improvised Explosive Devices, i.e. IEDs along with timer mechanism.