The terrorist killed during the cross-fire with the security forces in Anantnag on Wednesday evening was a Pakistani national.

Two terrorists were involved in the attack on a joint patrol of CRPF and J&K Police. Five CRPF personnel were killed in the attack.

Director General of Police Dilbag Singh visited the 92 Base Hospital of the Army at Srinagar and enquired about the health of the personnel injured in the Anantnag terror attack.

He met the doctors treating the injured and impressed for all possible treatment for their early recovery. The DGP also met the CRPF and a Police jawan injured in Sopore encounter in the morning.

The DGP was accompanied by DIG CKR VK Birdhi and SP East Srinagar. Earlier, IGP Kashmir SP Pani visited the hospital to inquire about the welfare of the injured personnel.

Five CRPF jawans were martyred and three others, including a woman, injured on Wednesday when terrorists attacked a patrol party in the Anantnag district of South Kashmir.

The attack has come on the route of the upcoming Amarnath pilgrimage.

Reports said that two masked terrorists on a motorcycle tossed a grenade and started firing indiscriminately at the joint check post near the Oxford School in Anantnag.

A lesser-known Al-Umar Mujahideen terror outfit has claimed the responsibility for the attack. The outfit was wiped out a few years ago.