CRPF Pays Tribute To Soldiers Killed In Anantnag Terror Attack

The Central Reserve Police Force today paid homage to the five soldiers who were killed in a terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag on Wednesday. Five CPRF personnel were killed after two terrorists on a motorcycle fired at their patrol team.

Two other soldiers, a police inspector and a civilian were also injured in the firing. One of the two terrorists, who the police say was a Pakistani national, was killed by security forces in retaliatory firing. The attack is the biggest terror strike after the February 14 Pulwama suicide attack in which over 40 soldiers lost their lives.

The soldiers who lost their lives in the line of duty on Wednesday have been identified as Ramesh Kumar from Haryana’s Jhajjar, Nirod Sarma from Assam’s Nalbari, Satendra Kumar from UP’s Muzaffarnagar  Read More

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