PULWAMA: Two terrorists have holed up in a government building in Occupied Kashmir’s Pampore area and the troops are yet to break the siege 12 hours into action on Monday, Indian Media claimed.
The latest of alleged terror attacks have given the venomous media of neighbouring India, being led by apparent anti-Pakistan and hate-mongering government of Narendra Modi, another opportunity to isolate a key player of the region.
According to a spokesperson of Indian army, Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute complex was under attack.
It has been reported that the terrorists used a raft to reach near the target site and entered the rear of the building by 06:00am.
This is the second time the three-building complex has come under attack this year after at least a three-day long gunfight in February left three military commandos dead among seven persons.
New Delhi earlier alleged Pakistan and her security agencies last month of executing a terror attack at Brigade Headquarters of Indian army in Uri Town of Baramulla District in held-valley that killed at least 18 soldiers and left over a dozen wounded.
Separately, the occupying Indian troops have tightened the unannounced curfew, ongoing for at least 94 days in held-Kashmir over possible terror attacks in processions that are being led in Muharram.
Lal Chowk in Srinagar has been closed for all kinds of movement amidst the curfew.
India has been occupying Kashmir valley for seven decades and has never abode by the resolutions of the United Nations Organisation despite avowing to free the victimised people several times in the past.
India normally resorts to media blackout and curfews among different coercive instruments to suppress protests against unjust occupation.