Army patrolling party attacked in south Kashmir’s Pulwama



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Srinagar: Militants in Gundipura area of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district attacked an army patrolling party on Tuesday.

To which the army retaliated, leading to a brief shootout. However, there was no report of any loss of life or injuries, reports said.

Adding that the whole area has been cordoned off to nab the attackers.

Meanwhile police has denied the attack on the army patrolling party.

Saying  that the army men fired few rounds after noticing suspicious movement.


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