J&K: Two Soldiers of Indian Army Martyred in Nowshera Sector in an Explosion

Two soldiers of the Indian Army were martyred in a mysterious explosion in Jammu and Kashmir's Nowshera sector. The Indian Army gave this information on Saturday.
J&K: Two Soldiers of Indian Army Martyred in Nowshera Sector in an Explosion

Two soldiers of the Indian Army were martyred in an explosion in a Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir. The sources of the Indian Army gave this information on Saturday. It has been said from the sources that an officer and a soldier of the Indian Army lost their lives in this mysterious explosion. The name of the officer who was martyred in the blast has been given as Lieutenant Rishi Kumar and the name of the constable is Manjit Singh.

White Knight Corps paid tribute to soldiers

The White Knight Corps has paid tribute to the Indian Army soldiers martyred in the mine blast on the border. The sources have said that Lieutenant Rishi Kumar and Sepoy Manjit Singh have made the supreme sacrifice for the country during their service on the Line of Control (LoC). It is said that the army soldiers were on patrol in the Nowshera sector. During this, there was a sudden explosion, in the grip of which the brave officers and soldiers of the India army came.

Image Credit: PTI
Image Credit: PTI

It is noteworthy that the activities of terrorists have increased in Jammu and Kashmir for the last few days. Non-Kashmiri people are being targeted and attacked. The army soldiers have also intensified their action to crack down on terrorists. However, continuous patrolling is running in suspicious areas. Also, terrorists are being traced and caught or they are being killed in encounters.

Amit Shah also held a high-level meeting

The terrorists and their masters sitting in Pakistan have been stunned by the harsh action of the Indian Army in Jammu and Kashmir. They are trying to give maximum damage to the Indian Army by any possible means. Recently, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had rested the night among the security forces and encouraged them. Shah also held a high-level meeting on the security of the Valley.

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