- In the Kathohalan area of Shopian in south Kashmir, a terrorist was killed in a fight with the police.
- Maysar Ahmad Dar, a new soldier from Veshro in Shopian, was named as the militant who was killed.
A member of the Border Security Force was killed after being hurt when Pakistani troops broke the truce along the International Border (IB) in Samba, Jammu, on November 9. In the meantime, a terrorist was killed in Shopian in south Kashmir as part of an operation to stop militancy.
Around 12:20 a.m., officials said the Pakistan Rangers fired “without reason” along the border.
Pakistan Rangers began shooting at the Narayanpur post in Samba’s Ramgarh. The BSF also fired back, and the fighting between the two sides went on for a while, sources said.
Someone from the BSF said that when Pakistan fired, the jawans reacted in the right way.
Head Constable Lal Farnn Kima was hurt in the shooting and was taken to the Community Health Centre Hospital at Ramgarh right away.
Officials said, “The injured soldier was sent to the Government Medical College hospital in Jammu for further care after initial treatment.” Officials say the hurt BSF soldier later died from his wounds.
This is the third time since October 17 that the truce along the IB in Jammu has been broken. In the past, these violations hurt four BSF soldiers and two citizens.
From February 2021 to March 2022, India and Pakistan promised again to follow the 2003 calm agreement. In the last two years, the deal has mostly held up.
In the Kathohalan area of Shopian in south Kashmir, a terrorist was killed in a fight with the police.
“One terrorist linked to the banned terrorist group TRF has been neutralized.” “Incriminating items, such as weapons and ammunition, were found,” the cops said.
Maysar Ahmad Dar, a new soldier from Veshro in Shopian, was named as the militant who was killed.