New Delhi: On early Thursday morning, terrorists opened fire at an Indian Army camp in Langate in Handwara, Jammu and Kashmir.
Update: The terrorists were dressed in Army fatigues, authorities confirmed. During the Uri attack also, the infiltrating terrorists were clad in Army uniforms.
Three terrorists have been eliminated by security forces.
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Firing resumes outside an Army camp in Langate in Handwara (J&K) after a 15 mins stand off.
At about 6:30 am in the morning, the 30 Rashtriya Rifles camp in Handwara was attacked by terrorists who exchanged gunfire with the security forces for about 30 minutes.
No casualties have been reported in the attack so far.
On 2nd October, the 46 Rashtriya Rifles camp of the Indian Army at Baramulla was attacked by terrorists where one jawan was martyred and two terrorists were killed.
The incidence comes in the wake of Uri attack where 19 Indian soldiers were killed by terrorists.