In yet another attack on the Indian Army, terrorists on April 27 attacked an Army camp in Panzgam in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district. Three Indian Army personnel, including a Captain and a non-commissioned officer (NGO), were martyred and five others injured in the attack which took place around 4.30 am near the line of control (LOC).
The injured soldiers were airlifted to Army’s 92 base hospital in Srinagar for treatment.
“Fidayeen terrorists attacked the Panzgam army camp close to the Line of Control (LoC) around 4.30 am. The three soldiers killed included a captain and a non-commissioned officer (NGO),” informed Defence Ministry spokesperson Colonel Rajesh Kalia.
Two terrorists have been killed in the crossfire, he said.
Five people-three from the Indian Army and two terrorists were killed in the attack on the Army camp in Kupwara, confirmed Colonel Kalia.