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Army, terrorists locked in fierce gunbattle in Kupwara, J&K

Times of India, 23 August 2014

KUPWARA, J&K: A fierce gunbattle is on between the Army and terrorists in Zaloora area of Kupwara in Jammu & Kashmir.According to the local residents, the firing began on Friday evening.Noor Fatima, a local resident said, "The firing started during the evening. After the firing, vehicles kept moving all night. There is such a huge presence of Army near our home that we cannot even get out of our home."
According to reports, the firing by the terrorists started after the Army launched a search operation last evening after receiving an intelligence tip-off that LeT terrorists may be hiding in the area.No casualties have been reported so far in the gunbattle.




 

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