Military Fought over and Killed Terrorists in Pampore Attack


NewDelhi: The army inwards at the panorama after the encounter was over. Veer Singh, 48 year old head constable of CRPF, had killed in trap assault in Pampore whereas itinerant in a bus. In spite of life form hit by seven ammunition, the brave soldier ablaze back 39 rounds. Likewise, Kailash Yadav, 38 year old, from Unnao and 39-year-old Satish Chand from Meerut connected in dismissal. All three took abundant ammunition in the procedure. And so a lot of others also fought against them. The CRPF fighters fired reverse 493 rounds next to 216 rounds ablaze by the two terrorists. That is why the terrorists who stopped the bus could not enter the bus. The military fighters saved many lives," conveyed by the superior CRPF representative totaling that the appointment gave the ROP travelling in Vajra to arrive at the mark connect the terrorists and execute them.

Shielding his power, administrator broad, Durga Prasad refuted all allegations that are creature hurled at CRPF for not subsequent the normal in service events (SOPs) consequential in the serious defeat of eight armed forces. Contradicting Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar who have indicated breakdown of SOPs as the cause of harass conveyed that, they resolve provide the feeling of being into any improvements so as to be wanted. The group was subsequent orders. The DG, on the other hand, approved that the SOPs require some change since of change in method by the terrorists who are targeting touching convoys. He also conveyed that our information suggests that surrendered militants had dropped them at Pampore in car notes before the attack. The vehicle sped back towards Srinagar after dropping them. We have asked the investigators to pay particular attention to this. A home ministry team is investigating likely lapses that may have helped the attackers impose superior damage. Durga Prasad admitted that there aren't enough bullet proof vests with the force. We are viewing whether all military require to be dressed in these jackets.