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Special Forces up the ante, kill four terrorists

DNMUM419953 | 8/9/2018 | Author : Ishfaq-ul-Hassan | WC :174 | India



Srinagar: The Army’s elite special forces and 32 Rashtriya Rifles troops killed four terrorists in the dense Rafiabad forests in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Wednesday, a day after four soldiers were martyred in an operation. 
“Wish success to our boys,” tweeted J&K DGP SP Vaid. Men of special forces were inducted to avoid civilian casualties. General Officer Commanding of 15 Corps, Lieutenant General AK Bhatt, complimented the Kilo Force, Special Forces and 32 RR. The number of terrorists killed since August 2 has climbed to 15 in the Kashmir Valley. Five soldiers including an Army Major have also been killed in operations during the same period.
The operation comes a day after four soldiers, including a gallantry
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