Terrorists storm into CRPF camp, two personnel injured

Terrorists storm into CRPF camp, two personnel injured

Terrorists storm into CRPF camp, two personnel injured

The battle between the terrorists and CRPF is underway.

The Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Muhammad claimed responsibility for the attack.

The CRPF Training Centre building which militants attacked in Lethpora is up in flames as the firings from both the sides is going on.

The Pakistani "fidayeens" carrying UBGL (under barrel grenade launcher) and other automatic weapons entered the camp in the dead of night, taking the jawans by surprise. The four-storey building consists of 3 blocks, and block-one is used for officer's family accommodation, the second block as main office while block three has been targeted by terrorists.

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The CRPF says that the fidayeens managed to enter the Lethpora camp at 0210 hours on Sunday.

Terming the attack as "unfortunate", Director General of Police S P Vaid said, "There was an input from the last two-three days. They did not get right place and right time" to carry out the attack.

With the daybreak, more troops were called in to neutralise the terrorists. The terror mastermind - who was out on parole since 2015 - was one of the key operative of the terror outfit and was the brain behind several attacks in the valley, including the suicide attack at Srinagar airport earlier this year.

Initially, Rising Kashmir had reported that "three militants" were killed.

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