Indian army foils Pakistan backed infiltration attempt in Uri; 2 terrorists dead

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In a swift and decisive operation, the Indian Army successfully foiled an infiltration attempt by terrorists in the Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district. Acting on intelligence regarding suspicious movements, security forces engaged the terrorists in a gunfight, resulting in the neutralization of two. The operation, conducted in Uri sector in the early hours of Friday, March 5, showcased the Army’s commitment to countering insurgency in the region.

Meanwhile, tragedy struck the police force in a separate incident in Kathua. Sub-Inspector Deepak Sharma, injured during a shootout with gangsters at the Government Medical College premises, succumbed to his wounds. The exchange of fire also resulted in the death of one gangster.

The incident of infiltration have significantly reduced in past decade, especially after the abrogation of Article 370. Consequently, the valley has embarked towards a peaceful climate. The infiltration attempt are orchestrated by Pakistan with a purpose to radicalise the youth of valley and carry out disruptive terror activities. As elections are on the verge, Pakistan is desperately trying to pierce the terrorists through because after the abrogation of Article 370, the elections are happening for the first time and the peaceful and democratic election reinforced with huge participation would prove to be the last nail in the coffin of Pakistan’s separatism instigating policy towards the Jammu and Kashmir.

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