The Army has foiled an try to push in arms and ammunition by Pakistan from throughout the Line of Control (LoC) in Keran sector of Jammu and Kashmir and recovered a cache, together with 4 AK-74 rifles, officers stated at the moment.
Alert troops foiled Pakistan’s try to push in arms throughout the LoC in Keran Sector of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, an Army official stated. He stated the Army seen two-three males transporting some gadgets in a tube tied to a rope throughout the Kishenganga river.
The troops instantly reached the placement and recovered 4 AK-74 rifles, eight magazines and 240 rounds hid in two baggage. The space has been cordoned off and a search is beneath progress, the official stated.
He stated it was one other try by terrorists from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) to smuggle war-like shops, nevertheless it was efficiently foiled by the short motion of alert troops.
Corps Commander of the Srinagar-based Chinar Corps Lt Gen BS Raju stated “There has been no change in Pakistan’s intentions.”
“This morning, in the Keran sector, Pakistan tried to send across the Kishenganga river four AK-74 rifles and a huge cache of ammunition in a tube, but our alert troops with the help of surveillance devices, recovered the cache. It signifies that there has been no change in Pakistan’s intentions. We will continue to foil their attempts in the future as well,” Lt Gen Raju advised reporters in Srinagar.
“There have been attempts in Keran, Tangdhar, in Jammu sector and Punjab as well. The main aim is to keep the people of Kashmir involved always in terrorism. But, our resolve is to stop weapons from coming in so that there is minimal loss to the people here. We need the cooperation of the people in this so that we can stop terrorism,” the Corps Commander stated.
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