Terrorists attack stopped by CISF

Search operation for terrorists

The terrorists organization, Jaish-e-Mohammad, , based in Pakistan tried a cowardly sucide attack on our security forces. The attack was obstructed by our brave soldiers. They carried out their attack near Sunjuwan military station in Jammu. The two terrorists were killed in an encounter.

An assistant sub-inspector of the Central Industrial Security Force(CISF), S P Patel, was martyred while 10 security personnel were injured in an early gunfight. 

Tribte to S P Patel martyred by the terrorists cowqardly attack
S P Patel Tribute

The injured were rushed to the Government Medical College Hospital in Jammu.

Six personnel were discharged immediately after the first aid while four are still under treatment. 

Initial investigation revealed that the terrorists entered the Jammu from International border in the R S Pura sector. They were residing in a location close to a military camp. They were first spotted by the guards at a joint check while changing duties. At the same time a bus carrying 15 CISF personnel was proceeding towards Jammu airport.

Reaction on terrorists attack by forces :-

Both terrorists thrown grenades at the bus abd started firing bullets at the bus and then escaped back into the locality. Security forces sealed the area and Additional director general of police (ADGP) Mukesh Singh and Special Operation Group (SPG) and Central Reserve Paramilitary Force joint operation launched a search operation to trace the terrorists. The terrorists open fired at the search party and entered the house of civilian named Mohammad Anwar Hussain for shelter. But forces eliminated them.

This unsuccessful attempt of sucide bombing was done before the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the region. The PM will visit the Palli village of Samba on National Panchayati Raj Day on April 24. This will be the first visit of the PM after the abolition of Article 370, which gave Kashmir a special status among other states. 

The encounter site is 20 km away from the venue of PM Modi’s upcoming event.