Pakistan desperate to fuel unrest in peaceful Kashmir : Army


Suhail Khan

Uri, Mar 05 : The army said on Friday that Pakistan is desperate to fuel unrest in the peaceful environment and situation in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

Reacting to the Uri infiltration bid in which two terrorists were killed, the army stated that it is clear that Pakistan, the enemy of peace, wants to disrupt the peaceful environment, especially at a time when general elections have been scheduled and the democratic process is unfolding.

The army also emphasized that this operation reflects the efforts and dedication of the security and intelligence agencies who are committed to ensuring peace in Kashmir.

Meanwhile, the Army, in a statement to Kashmir Despatch shared detailed information about the foiled infiltration bid in Uri, in which they stated that they killed two terrorists along the Line of Control (LOC) on Friday.

According to the statement, based on multiple inputs received earlier from various intelligence agencies regarding the plans of terrorist groups to infiltrate, the surveillance and counter-infiltration grid was reviewed and strengthened.

The statement further mentioned that our ambushes, near the LOC, spotted a group of terrorists moving towards the line of control. Our forces continuously tracked their hostile movement and established contact, resulting in a heavy exchange of fire.

As a result of the operation, two terrorists were killed, and the recovery of two AK rifles, three magazines, four hand grenades, ammunition, and other war-like stores was made.

Suhail Khan
Suhail Khan

Suhail Khan is a filmmaker, content writer, and freelance journalist.


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