Late Saturday night, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) training center in Lethpora area of South Kashmir was attacked by 2-3 terrorists. The terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed has taken responsibility of the Fidayeen attack, which was carried to avenge killing of their commander Noor Trali.
The terrorists first threw grenades and then open fired at the camp in order to get inside. The militants managed to enter the camp, exchange of firing between CRPF jawans and JeM Fidadyeen is ongoing.
According to reports, 1 CRPF jawan was martyred while 2 were injured in the initial firing. Senior police officers and CRPF have reached the location with reinforcement to take charge of the situation.
There's a high possibility of other camps being attacked as well. All the units have been put on alert.
"Fidayeen managed to enter Lethpora camp at 0210hrs. As per report two of our men got injured during initial intrusion from J&K Police Commando training area side. There is quite possibility of similar type of attack on other camp also" ANI quoted CRPF.
Jaish-e-Mohammed's top leader in South Kashmir, Noor Mohammed Tantray alias Noor Trali was eliminated in an encounter in the Pulwama district on December 26.
Trali, 47, was the main leader of Jaish-e-Mohammed in the South Kashmir area and was responsible for carrying out operations along with the Pakistani-origin terrorists of the group coming ...