Three Pakistani militants killed in attack on army camp in Kashmir, maps and radio sets recovered

Some Pakistani militants on Thursday attacked an army camp in Handwara in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, prompting security forces to retaliate, army said.
In a press conference, Colonel Rajiv Saharan, the commanding officer of 30 RR, Handwara, said that the sentries, which were on high alert, had spotted three terrorists close to the fence of the camp. These terrorists, he continued, opened indiscriminate fire and so they retailiated. “Our quick reaction team was activated so that they don’t escape,” he said.