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11 February 2018, 01:20 | Darnell Patrick
Jammu militant attack Army personnel stationed outside the camp in Sunjwan on Saturday
When the sentry bunker was sacked upon, the soldiers retaliated.
The major has been airlifted to an Udhampur hospital where his condition was stated to be critical, army officials said.
The residential quarters housed women and children as well. All the families have been evacuated.
The district administration of Jammu has asked schools within 500 meters of the camp to remain closed.
Though no militant outfit has claimed responsibility for the attack, the authorities believe Jaish-e-Mohammad is behind it. There were intelligence inputs about possible attacks in the state, and security forces were alert, but there was no specific information that they would strike this station in Jammu. But they apparently "forgot to do it" in Jammu, according to a Deccan Chronicle report.
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One more soldier was killed after a group of heavily-armed militants stormed a military camp in Jammu early on Saturday. Before he could act, the terrorist started firing and the jawans retaliated with force. The personnel have been identified as JCO M Ahsraf Mir and Madan Lal.
A Raj Bhavan spokesman said that the governor spoke to Lt. Gen. Anbu and conveyed grief over loss of life of a JCO and wished speedy recovery to those injured in the attack.
The audacious attack began around 4.50am. The Army said it has found a flag of "Mohammed Afzal Guru Brigade" of Jaish from the slain terrorist. Jammu IGP SD Singh Jamwal was quoted as saying by the ANI that the number of terrorists is not known.
- Meanwhile, the J&K legislative assembly, which was in session today, witnessed heightened tensions as the BJP lawmakers raised slogans against Pakistan to protest the terror attack in Jammu.
She also presided a high-level meeting to review the security situation in wake of the terror attack, where Northern Command chief Lt Gen. Devraj Anbu, apprised her of the attack and the operation.
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