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Jammu and Kashmir: Army truck was attacked with sticky bomb, terrorists fired 36 rounds from AK-47, fired 2 grenades

Big information has come to light in the terrorist attack on an army truck in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. The terrorists used sticky bombs to blow up the army truck, evidence of which has been found. After planting the bomb on the army vehicle, the terrorists fired about 36 rounds. The search operation is going on fast in search of the terrorists who carried out the nefarious incident. At the same time, in connection with the terrorist attack in Poonch, a total of 5 people have been detained for questioning.

According to The Times of India report, drones, sniffer dogs and helicopters are being used to find the terrorists. For about 9 hours, the team of National Security Guard (NSG) has investigated the terrorist attack. Along with this, each and every link of this entire incident is being investigated continuously. Regarding the attack, Union Minister of State Jitendra Singh said that all the circumstances have been discussed and what will be our stand on this has also been discussed.

Let us tell you that on Thursday, terrorists attacked an army truck carrying fruits in the village for Roza Iftari. Due to this the truck caught fire and five soldiers were martyred. While a young man got badly burnt.

Four of the martyred soldiers were from Punjab. Lance Naik Kulwant Singh of Charik village in Moga district, Harkishan Singh of Fatehgarh, Havaldar Mandeep Singh of Chinkoiyan village of Ludhiana district and Sepoy Sevak Singh of Bagha village of Bathian district attained Veergati. When the mortal remains of these martyrs reached their ancestral village, there was hue and cry. Everyone had reached to bid farewell to these brave soldiers.