Attack On BSF Camp Near Srinagar Airport, All 3 Terrorists Killed: Highlights

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Attack On BSF Camp Near Srinagar Airport, All 3 Terrorists Killed: Highlights

The BSF camp is situated close to the Srinagar Civil and Technical airport.

New Delhi:  Three suicide attackers carrying a massive arsenal of guns and explosives broke into a Border Security Force (BSF) camp near the Srinagar airport before dawn today and opened fire, killing one soldier. All three terrorists were killed after nearly 10 hours of gunbattle. Flights were suspended at the Srinagar airport for over five hours and long delays through the day were anticipated. Pakistan-based terror group Jaish e Mohammed's "Afzal Guru squad" has claimed the attack.

Here are the highlights of the Srinagar terror attack:




Oct 03, 2017
12:48 (IST)

Three suicide attackers who broke into a BSF camp in Srinagar killed, one hiding inside campus.

Oct 03, 2017
12:19 (IST)
Three terrorists were killed in an eight-hour operation after which security forces stormed the campus for the remaining terrorist.

Oct 03, 2017
11:13 (IST)
Three terrorists have been killed in the ongoing firing.

Oct 03, 2017
11:13 (IST)
Three terrorists have been killed in the ongoing firing.

Oct 03, 2017
10:29 (IST)
1 security personnel dead in terror attack on BSF camp in Srinagar.
Oct 03, 2017
09:31 (IST)
The Jammu and Kashmir tweeted conforming the killing of second terrorist '2nd terrorist killed.Out station bound passengers allowed towards Srinagar airport.Operation on.'
Oct 03, 2017
09:28 (IST)
  • The BSF camp is situated close to the Srinagar Civil and Technical airport.
  • The BSF guards one side of the airport's outer ring.

Oct 03, 2017
09:26 (IST)
Operations were stopped for around three hours at the Srinagar airport.
Oct 03, 2017
09:26 (IST)
The injured soldiers have been taken out of the camp safely and are now in hospital.
Oct 03, 2017
09:25 (IST)
Suicide Attack At BSF Camp In Srinagar, Explosions, Firing For An Hour
Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist organisation has claimed responsibility for the terror attack on a BSF camp near Srinagar airport.

Oct 03, 2017
09:24 (IST)
  • Terrorists - there were reportedly four - breached four layers of security at BSF's 182 battalion at 3.45 am and fired indiscriminately.
  • The soldiers retaliated and shot down one of the attackers.
  • Gunfire and explosions were heard for hours.
  • Quick Action Teams and Special Operations Group, tried to corner the terrorists.
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