One killed as Indian army base comes under attack

Srinagar—At least one trooper of the Border Security Force was killed and another injured when suspected militants opened fire on an Indian army camp in India-held Kashmir on Sunday night, reported the Hindustan Times.
“One BSF man has been killed and another injured,” Imtiyaz Hussain Mir, senior police superintendent of Baramulla town An army spokesman said the camp at Baramulla, a frontier district, had come under fire from suspected militants.
The suspected militants threw grenades and opened fire at the camp belonging to the 46 Rashtriya Rifles, a counter-insurgency unit of the Indian Army.
The attackers tried to enter the camp through a public park, reported the Times of India. It was not clear whether the attackers had breached the army camp perimeter.
The Indian Army’s Northern Command said the situation is “contained and under control”.

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