Reviewing earlier casualty figures, Defence Ministry spokesman Colonel Devendra Anand said three terrorists had been killed in the fighting that broke out before dawn on Saturday at the Sunjuwan Army station in Jammu city.
"Five soldiers have been martyred in this operation. The father of a soldier also lost his life. So far, we have killed three terrorists," Col Anand told the media.
All the five soldiers killed belonged to Jammu and Kashmir.
"Search and sanitization operation is still on inside the camp. AK-56 rifles, a grenade launcher, ammunition and grenades have been seized from the dead terrorists," Col Anand said.
Ten other persons, including six women and children, were injured in the attack.
A 14-year-old boy with a gunshot wound in the head remains critical, he said.
Asked if more terrorists could still be holed up inside the camp, the official neither denied nor confirmed the possibility. The fighting has lasted more than 30 hours.
The terrorists -- whose nationalisty is not known -- entered the Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) quarters while everyone was asleep.
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