Indian Army successfully prevented another infiltration attempt by Pakistani terrorists, who were trying to enter India through advanced regions of Uri, in Baramullah District, Jammu & Kashmir, on August 25. All three of them were killed and war-like supplies were retrieved from them by the Army.
Indian Army Prevented Terrorist Infiltration Into India
As per the Army officials, “three Pakistani terrorists attempted to enter India near the Madiyan Nanak post in the Uri sector’s Kamalkote area on Thursday, August 25. Electronic surveillance devices spotted them once particular intelligence inputs were obtained.”
Col Emron Musavi, Defence said, “an operation was launched following input from the Army’s intelligence agencies about a possible infiltration bid along the LoC.”
“On the afternoon of August 24, multiple ambushes were laid to trap the infiltrators. Intensive electronic surveillance of the suspected area led to the detection of the (infiltration) attempt at 7 am on August 25,” further added.
“Pakistani terrorists were trying to infiltrate into India from Uri sector on Aug 25. The terrorists were detected by electronic surveillance gadgets after specific intelligence inputs were received. 3 terrorists were eliminated by alert Army troops: Indian Army officials”, tweeted news agency, ANI.
Col Musavi said the terrorists planned to use the “thick undergrowth, foliage and rainfall and low clouds” as cover to infiltrate.
“The contact with the terrorists was established at about 8.45 am on August 25 in the forward areas of the Indian side of the LoC, leading to heavy exchange of fire in which the terrorists were killed,” he asserted.
The man said, till 2 PM the area was thoroughly searched and three bodies of terrorists, Ak rifles, an M-16 rifle (Chinese) and other war-like weapons were recovered from the site.
“The army’s efforts against Pakistan-sponsored terror in J&K continue to rely heavily on electronic surveillance and intelligence-based operations,” DNA India quoted Col Musavi saying.