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Indian Army foils major infiltration bid in Uri by killing 6 Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists
On Monday, Indian security personnel foiled a major infiltration bid in Dulanja-Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir by killing six Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorists.

In a joint operation carried out by J&K Police, Army and the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), six militants believed to be fidayeen attackers, were gunned down while infiltrating into Indian territory.

Shesh Paul Vaid, DGP, J&K Police, said, "JeM terrorists killed in Dulanja Uri while infiltrating in a joint operation by J&K Police, Army and CAPF." Combing operations are still underway in the region.

According to emerging news reports, the terrorists were planning a similar attack to the December 31 strike on the Central Police Reserve Force (CRPF) camp in Pulwama.

Five Indian security personnel had died in a post midnight attack on a CRPF training camp in Pulwama on the night of December 31, 2017. Two terrorists had been killed in the attack for which Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed had claimed responsibility.

In wake of the approaching Republic Day celebrations security has been beefed up in the region.

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