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Doval briefs Modi on Baramulla, Pakistan firing

By The Assam Tribune

New Delhi, Oct 3 (IANS): National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Monday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and briefed him about the security situation in the wake of a fidayeen attack on an Army camp in Baramulla and the ceasefire violations by Pakistan.

Doval's meeting with the Prime Minister comes after the late Sunday night attack by fidayeen militants on a 46 Rashtriya Rifles Army camp in Baramulla, which was foiled. Two Border Security Forces troopers were injured, one of who died later.

Pakistan Rangers have also been firing on Indian positions, in violation of the 2003 ceasefire agreement. Pakistani troops fired at Indian posts at two places in Poonch sector in Jammu region.

Firing was also reported at the Chakri border outpost (BoP) of Border Security Force (BSF) along the international border with Pakistan on Monday as BSF troopers repulsed an intrusion bid by 8-10 people in the counter offensive.

A search operation was also launched in the border belt of Gurdaspur district of north Punjab following an unsuccessful infiltration bid along the International Border with Pakistan.

Soldiers giving befitting reply to terrorists, says Rajnath Singh: Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said the Indian Army is giving a "befitting reply" to the terrorists as well as to continuous ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC).

"Our soldiers and Army are giving a befitting reply," Singh said in reaction to Sunday night's attack on a Border Security Force (BSF) camp in Baramulla town of Jammu and Kashmir, as well as continuous ceasefire violations along the Line of Control.

Militants attacked a camp of the counter-insurgency 46 Rashtriya Rifles (RR) in Janbazpora area of Baramulla on Sunday night. One BSF trooper was killed and another injured in exchange of fire during the attack.

Rajnath Singh made the remarks after reaching Leh on his two-day visit to Ladakh as part of the central government's efforts to bring normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir.

Singh also said that he will meet the delegation from Leh and Ladakh people and listen to their problems. "I will try to resolve their problems," Singh added.

Earlier, 19 soldiers were martyred in the September 18 terror attack at an Army camp in Uri town of north Kashmir.

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Doval briefs Modi on Baramulla, Pakistan firing

New Delhi, Oct 3 (IANS): National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Monday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and briefed him about the security situation in the wake of a fidayeen attack on an Army camp in Baramulla and the ceasefire violations by Pakistan.

Doval's meeting with the Prime Minister comes after the late Sunday night attack by fidayeen militants on a 46 Rashtriya Rifles Army camp in Baramulla, which was foiled. Two Border Security Forces troopers were injured, one of who died later.

Pakistan Rangers have also been firing on Indian positions, in violation of the 2003 ceasefire agreement. Pakistani troops fired at Indian posts at two places in Poonch sector in Jammu region.

Firing was also reported at the Chakri border outpost (BoP) of Border Security Force (BSF) along the international border with Pakistan on Monday as BSF troopers repulsed an intrusion bid by 8-10 people in the counter offensive.

A search operation was also launched in the border belt of Gurdaspur district of north Punjab following an unsuccessful infiltration bid along the International Border with Pakistan.

Soldiers giving befitting reply to terrorists, says Rajnath Singh: Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said the Indian Army is giving a "befitting reply" to the terrorists as well as to continuous ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC).

"Our soldiers and Army are giving a befitting reply," Singh said in reaction to Sunday night's attack on a Border Security Force (BSF) camp in Baramulla town of Jammu and Kashmir, as well as continuous ceasefire violations along the Line of Control.

Militants attacked a camp of the counter-insurgency 46 Rashtriya Rifles (RR) in Janbazpora area of Baramulla on Sunday night. One BSF trooper was killed and another injured in exchange of fire during the attack.

Rajnath Singh made the remarks after reaching Leh on his two-day visit to Ladakh as part of the central government's efforts to bring normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir.

Singh also said that he will meet the delegation from Leh and Ladakh people and listen to their problems. "I will try to resolve their problems," Singh added.

Earlier, 19 soldiers were martyred in the September 18 terror attack at an Army camp in Uri town of north Kashmir.