Terrorists attack army camp in Jammu and Kashmir

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Two soldiers and two children were killed while four others, including family members of army personnel, were injured as a group of fidayeen (suicide) militants stormed an army camp in Sunjwan area on outskirts of Jammu city on Saturday. Former chief minister Omar Abdullah had also reacted to the terrorist attack saying the news was "extremely disturbing". "It's not clear how many terrorists entered the camp and how did they manage to do that", a senior police officer said.

Meanwhile, In the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, BJP MLAs raised anti-Pakistan slogans, following which the House was adjourned for 15 minutes.

Deeply disturbed by the terrorist attack in Sunjuwan today. "My heart goes out to the injured & their families", CM Tweeted.

In a latest, IAF para commandoes have been airlifted from Udhampur for Sunjuwan camp and another aircraft is on its way from Sarsawa.

Intermittent gunfire and explosions are taking place inside the camp. The DGP has apprised him of the situation. Although reports claim casualties, the exact number could not be ascertained.

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Terrorists attack army camp in Jammu and Kashmir

The district administration of Jammu has asked schools within 500 meters of the camp to remain closed. The camp falls under the first Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry in 36 brigade. The attack could have been worse given the fact that the residential area has a school inside as well.

They said militants may be affiliated to Jaish-e-Mohammad's Afzal Guru Squad.

The CRPF has cordoned off the area, heavy security has been deployed at all entry and exit points, and a high security alert has been issued. Three fidayeen are believed to be inside the army camp. At least 12 soldiers were killed in the militant attacks. This is the second time it has been targeted in 10 years.

"Around 4:55 am suspicious movement was noticed by the sentry and his bunker was sacked upon, the fire was retaliated".

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