Ahead of the election, the enemy is attempting to fuel unrest in Kashmir: Army

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In response to the failed attempt to infiltrate Uri, which resulted in the deaths of two terrorists, the army released a statement on Saturday stating that the enemy intended to cause instability in the valley in the run-up to the general elections.

“On April 5, 2024, a joint operation led by the Indian Army successfully foiled an infiltration bid by militants along the Line of Control in Uri Sector,” the Army stated in a statement. A number of intelligence services had previously provided a great deal of information on militant groups preparing to cross the Line of Control and enter the Uri Sector. The surveillance and counter-infiltration grid was reinforced and revised in light of these inputs.

According to the Army, during the early hours of April 5, their own

“Own forces tracked the hostile movement continuously and made contact, which led to a fierce firefight. Intermittent fire was also drawn from Pakistani forward posts near the line of control while the operation was underway, the statement continued. It also stated that two militants were neutralised and that two AK rifles, three magazines, four hand grenades, ammunition and other war-related supplies were recovered.

It went on to say that the militants’ attempt at infiltration shows Pakistan’s desperation to stir up trouble in the tranquil Kashmir Valley at a time when general elections are planned and democracy is taking shape.

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