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Srinagar Terror Attack: J&K Police Asks Media to be Responsible

Srinagar Terror Attack: J&K Police Asks Media to be Responsibleā€

Sharad Kumar, Director Airport, Srinagar, said that the "all operations on the airport were run normally despite the militant attack".

After forcing their way into the camp, the militants kept firing in which one BSF assistant sub-inspector (ASI) S.K Yadav was killed and three jawans wounded, police said.

The militants are holed-up inside the building campus of the 182nd Battalion camp, officers said.

The police sources said the militants hurled hand grenades and simultaneously opened fire at the sentry posts to sneak inside the camp. "I personally went to the airport and ensured that the public does not face any problems in catching the aircraft", Vaid said.

Top state police, BSF and Central Reserve Police Force officials have reached the gunfight site.

Airport flight operations were briefly disrupted.

This battalion is entrusted with the security of the runway of the Srinagar Airport.

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The authorities at Srinagar Airport soon after the attack cancelled morning flights while passengers enroute Airport were stopped near Peerbagh.

Three unidentified terrorists were killed in an encounter with security forces near Srinagar airport today.

A police official said, 'the third terrorist is also believed to have been neutralized but the search operation is going on'.

He said the militants had managed to enter through the Friends Enclave residential area and from there they had crossed the road to attack the camp.

The terrorists who were in military fatigues violated four layers of security at the camp, to which Indian soldiers retaliated and shot down one of the attackers.

The IAF has not allowed construction of an industrial estate near the airport citing security as the main reason. The second militant was killed between 10 to 10.30am and last one was killed around 2pm.



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