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Three Pakistani terrorists were Saturday killed in an encounter with a joint team of the Army and J&K Police in a forward area of North Kashmir’s Uri.
Kashmir Zone Police said that the encounter started early in the morning in the Hathlanga area of Uri in Baramulla district.
Arms and ammunition has been recovered in the area. The encounter broke out after Army recieved inputs that some terrorists are trying to cross the LoC to enter India.
According to the Army sources, Pakistani Army also provided cover fire to the terrorists. However, alert security forces neutralised the terrorists.
Meanwhile, the search operation for terrorists who killed two Army officers, a police DSP and a soldier in the Kokernag (Anantnag) area of South Kashmir entered fourth day today.
Army was dropping bombs in the thickly forested area where the terrorists are believed to be hiding. In a drone footage, a terrorist is seen running for shelter as a drone hovers over him.
Reinforcements of Army, CRPF and Police have been deployed in the area.