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Indian security forces release posters of two suspected terrorists behind Poonch attack
Poonch Attack
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Indian security forces release posters of two suspected terrorists behind Poonch attack

| @indiablooms | 06 May 2024, 02:45 pm

Security forces have released sketches of two suspected terrorists who carried out an attack on the Indian Air Force's (IAF) convoy in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district on Saturday.

The Army's operation to catch the suspects entered its third day on Monday (May 6, 2024).

The security forces also announced a bounty of  Rs. 20 lakhs and assured people that the identities of those sharing details of the terrorists will not be revealed.

Also Read: IAF soldier killed, 5 injured in J&K convoy attack by terrorists

It is pertinent to note that a well-coordinated joint operation by the army and police is underway in many areas, including Shahsitar, Gursai, Sanai, and Sheendara Top, in connection with neutralising the terrorists who are believed to have fled into a forest after the attack, reported India TV.

According to reports, 20 people have been detained so far.

At least five Indian security forces personnel were injured when terrorists were engaged in a gunfight with them in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch region on Saturday.

The attack occurred when the forces were moving towards Sanai Top in the district's Surankote area.

The injured people were shifted to a nearby military hospital for medical treatment.

IAF's Corporal Vikky Pahade died later.

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