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Three soldiers killed in Nagrota describes 'frustration' of Pakistan: Nirmal Singh

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Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh on Tuesday described the killing of three Army men and five terrorists in two separate attacks in the state as "desperation" and "frustration" of

Singh told ANI, "In Nagrota, few terrorists entered in an army unit in which two army soldiers were injured. Damage has been caused and this shows the desperation and frustration of "

"They will not get success through such acts. is not a weak nation and we are ready to reply in a befitting manner, the way is behaving with us," he added.

The first attack took place in Nagrota on the outskirts of Jammu city where terrorists, carrying guns and grenades stormed into an Army camp.

Although all two terrorists were eliminated by the security forces, three of the army men lost their lives in the gun battle.

The second incident took place in Samba Sector near the border where the forces gunned down three militants.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Three soldiers killed in Nagrota describes 'frustration' of Pakistan: Nirmal Singh

Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh on Tuesday described the killing of three Army men and five terrorists in two separate attacks in the state as "desperation" and "frustration" of Pakistan.Singh told ANI, "In Nagrota, few terrorists entered in an army unit in which two army soldiers were injured. Damage has been caused and this shows the desperation and frustration of Pakistan.""They will not get success through such acts. India is not a weak nation and we are ready to reply in a befitting manner, the way Pakistan is behaving with us," he added.The first attack took place in Nagrota on the outskirts of Jammu city where terrorists, carrying guns and grenades stormed into an Army camp.Although all two terrorists were eliminated by the security forces, three of the army men lost their lives in the gun battle.The second incident took place in Samba Sector near the Pakistan border where the forces gunned down three militants.

Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh on Tuesday described the killing of three Army men and five terrorists in two separate attacks in the state as "desperation" and "frustration" of

Singh told ANI, "In Nagrota, few terrorists entered in an army unit in which two army soldiers were injured. Damage has been caused and this shows the desperation and frustration of "

"They will not get success through such acts. is not a weak nation and we are ready to reply in a befitting manner, the way is behaving with us," he added.

The first attack took place in Nagrota on the outskirts of Jammu city where terrorists, carrying guns and grenades stormed into an Army camp.

Although all two terrorists were eliminated by the security forces, three of the army men lost their lives in the gun battle.

The second incident took place in Samba Sector near the border where the forces gunned down three militants.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Three soldiers killed in Nagrota describes 'frustration' of Pakistan: Nirmal Singh

Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh on Tuesday described the killing of three Army men and five terrorists in two separate attacks in the state as "desperation" and "frustration" of

Singh told ANI, "In Nagrota, few terrorists entered in an army unit in which two army soldiers were injured. Damage has been caused and this shows the desperation and frustration of "

"They will not get success through such acts. is not a weak nation and we are ready to reply in a befitting manner, the way is behaving with us," he added.

The first attack took place in Nagrota on the outskirts of Jammu city where terrorists, carrying guns and grenades stormed into an Army camp.

Although all two terrorists were eliminated by the security forces, three of the army men lost their lives in the gun battle.

The second incident took place in Samba Sector near the border where the forces gunned down three militants.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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