J&K : Terrorist Attack On Mini Secretariat In Shopian, Security Forces Cordon Off The Area

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Srinagar : There has been a terrorist attack on the Mini Secretariat located in Shopian, Jammu and Kashmir this morning. Terrorists fired at the main gate of the Mini Secretariat, targeting CRPF jawans. In response, Indian soldiers also retaliated immediately. The attackers then fled from there and hid somewhere in the vicinity.

After this attack, a search operation is being conducted in the entire area by calling Extra Force. However, there is no news of encircling any attacker yet. No casualties or injuries have been reported so far. At present, there is panic in the area due to the firing. However, so far no damage has been reported in the attack. Security forces have cordoned off the entire area.

Earlier on Thursday evening in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, the assailants attacked Advocate Babar Qadri. He was being taken to the hospital immediately after the attack during this he died. Babur Qadri was a well known name not only in Jammu and Kashmir but also across the country. He was often seen in TV debates. He was being taken to the hospital soon after being shot, but died on the way. Babar Qadri, in one of his last tweets, described his life in threat.

A CRPF personnel injured in a terrorist attack in Budgam died during treatment. On Thursday, motorcycle-riding terrorists shot at a CRPF trooper closely, in which the soldier was injured. He was admitted to the hospital in Srinagar where he died. The officials confirmed the death of the jawan. The jawan’s rifle was also taken away by the terrorists. Police and security forces have started a search operation to catch terrorists.

Everyday cross-border ceasefire violations or terrorist attacks are reported from Kashmir. Meanwhile, in a digital meeting of the CICA, India on Thursday lashed out at Pakistan for raising the Kashmir issue and suggested Islamabad to stop supporting ‘direct and indirect’ cross-border terrorism. Reacting sharply to the issue, the Ministry of External Affairs said that Pakistan misused another platform to express its wrong views about India.

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