Srinagar, April 4 : On the fourth day of searches on Saturday, by Indian Occupational forces established contact with militants, leading to a gunfight at Rangdori Behak area along the Line of Control (LoC) in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.
Reports said that the occupational army’s 8 JAT carried out searches in the forest area of “Guguldara Teen Behak” in Jumgund and adjacent areas to trace a group of Mujahideen who was believed to have sneaked into this side after engaging occupational forces in a gunfight which continued sporadically at least twice on Wednesday.
According to reports, choppers were also seen hovering over the forest area to track down the Mujahideen. “A fresh contact was established near Rangdori Behak and exchange of fire was going on when reports last came in,” sources said.
The searches continued along Awaoora, Kumkadi, Zurhuma, Safawali, Batpora, Haihama areas by the joint team of Indian occupational army’s 41 RR, 57 RR, 160 TA and SOG Kupwara.