Two terrorists and one soldier were killed in an ongoing encounter in J&K’s Rajouri

Patna Times Now
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Rajouri Encounter: A gunfight broke out between terrorists and soldiers during search operation.


Two terrorists were killed by security forces in Rajouri district, Jammu and Kashmir, while an army personnel was killed and three others injured. A six-year-old Labrador named Kent also died during the gunfight. The incident occurred during a search operation in Narla village. Rajouri and Poonch, previously considered free from militancy, have been on terrorist radar in recent months. On September 4, a terrorist was killed and two security personnel were injured in Gali Sohab village. The border districts of Rajouri and Poonch have seen several encounters this year, resulting in the deaths of around 26 terrorists and 10 security personnel. Most of the terrorists were killed while attempting to sneak into the area from across the border.


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