Attack on BSF camp near Srinagar worldwide airport, 1 militant killed

Attack on BSF camp near Srinagar worldwide airport, 1 militant killed

Sources said the camp was targeted to inflict high casualties on security forces as it is situated in a high-security area and close to the airport.

Suspected Fidayeen militants attacked a Border Security Force (BSF) camp near Srinagar airport in Humhama area of Budgam district in central Kashmir on Tuesday morning.

Terrorists carried out a suicide attack on a BSF camp near the Srinagar worldwide airport early Tuesday morning.

"Six or seven Jaish militants are still at large", Inspector-General of Police (Kashmir) Muneer Khan said. "The remaining terrorists, whose exact number is still unknown are holed up in a nearby white building with encounter in its final stages, said an official". Heavy contingent of security forces including para commandos were engaged in the anti terrorist operation, which was over after all three terrorists were neutralised.

According to the reports, one terrorist has been gunned down.

PlayStation VR Is Getting a Revamped Headset
For users of the old PSVR, headphones had to be connected via a 3.5mm port on the side of the remote some way down the cable. Pricing will remain unchanged, so assuming the headset comes to the United Kingdom , you'll be able to pick one up for £349.

Inspector General of Police Kashmir Munir Ahmed Khan told reporters during a presser that "This operation was a quality example of cooperation between the forces".

At least three militants and one Indian soldier have been killed during violent clashes that erupted after an attack on an Indian paramilitary training camp in the disputed Kashmir region.

After all the three militants were killed, the security personnel conducted clearance operation, which was completed by noon.

Police added that combing operations continued, and that they were looking for any explosives that might have been planted in the camp. He said militants cut the fencing between the extension of Defence Colony and Gogoland to enter into the building.

The air operations from the Srinagar airport remained suspended for almost three hours and the flights resumed from 10 am onwards. The same group was also involved in one of the deadliest attacks on an army installation in Uri in September 2016, in which 18 soldiers lost their lives. The particular battalion handles the security of runway at the airport.