Terrorists storm CRPF camp in J&K's Pulwama, jawan killed

5 CRPF men 2 militants killed in fidayeen attack in Pulwama

Three terrorists have been killed so far. The terrorists stormed the 185th battalion camp of the CRPF in Lethpora village in Kashmir valley around 2am.

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 attack comes five days after the JEM Commander Noor Mohammad Tantray alias Noor Trali was killed in an encounter at Samboora in Pulwama district.

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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. In the initial exchange of gunfight, three paramilitary CRPF were injured. Among them, one Constable Sharif-Ud-Din of Nawgam, succumbed to injuries. CRPF's spokesman Rajesh Yadhav told Mirror that terrorists opened indiscriminate firing and injured three personnel who were rushed to hospital where one of them succumbed.

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

In a statement to the local media, it, said the "blood of martyrs is yielding results". "Such attacks will continue till the last Indian soldier leaves Kashmir", JeM stated.