Anantnag Terror Attack: India needs to strengthen internal security protocols

The killing of six soldiers of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), an SHO (Station House Officer) of Jammu Kashmir Police and a civilian who sustained severe injuries during a suicide attack at Anantnag, Kashmir, has set alarm bells ringing in the security set up of Jammu and Kashmir, particularly Kashmir Valley.

One of the two terrorists who carried out this Fidayeen (suicide) type of an attack was also gunned down while the second has managed to escape; a cordon has been put in place and he too will meet his fate in a matter of time. The attack is highly condemnable. The nation stands with the families of the martyred soldiers, the policeman and the civilian. Read More

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