Jaish-e-Mohammad militants attack army camp in Jammu

Gunmen attack Indian army camp in Held Kashmir

Jaish-e-Mohammad militants attack army camp in Jammu

Two Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) were killed and six others injured as a group of militants stormed the Sunjwan Army camp in Jammu city in the early hours on Saturday, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Abdul Rehman Veeri said. The area has been cordoned off. 2 injured, one Hawaldar & his daughter. However, Choudhary later succumbed to his injuries, The Indian Express reported.

A police team has been deployed to cordon off the area as the gunbattle is still going on.

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A red alert has been issued in entire Jammu after the attack. The attack could have been worse given the fact that the residential area has a school inside as well.

Afzal Guru was secretly hanged and buried in Delhi's Tihar jail on February 9, 2013 for his role in 2001 parliament attack case. Three fidayeen are believed to be inside the army camp. This is the second time it has been targeted in 10 years.

According to ANI, Gunshots were heard inside the Sunjwan Army camp on Saturday morning.

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Jammu IGP SD Singh Jamwal told media persons that around 4:55 am suspicious movement was noticed by the santri, the santri bunker was sacked upon and they retaliated. Militants number is not known as of now.

Militants had attacked the same army station in 2006.

"A soldier and a civilian were injured in the attack", a police officer said.

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