Lashkar terrorist from Pakistan surrenders in J&K’s Uri during Indian Army’s anti-infiltration operation
A 19-year-old Pakistani terrorist belonging to Lashkar-e-Toiba was captured alive during an anti-infiltration operation along the Line of Control on Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir. One terrorist was killed and three Indian soldiers sustained injuries in the operation, the Army said on Tuesday.
The operation was launched on September 18 after the Army noticed suspicious movement along the LoC, GoC 19 Infantry Division, Major General Virender Vats told reporters at a briefing in Baramulla district.
He said an encounter took place when the infiltrators — believed to be six — were challenged.
While four of them were on the other side of the fence, two had come on our side of the territory.
“The four terrorists, who were on the other side, took advantage of the dense foliage and retreated back into PoK. The remaining two sneaked in.