J&K force em battling to flush out terrorists in combating one soldier was injured when armed men opened fire near a government building in Pampore in Kashmir today Monday morning.The attack took place near the ADI building where police and the armed men engaged in crossfire, Indian media reported.Fire broke out in the building following the attack and a fire brigade has been dispatched to the site.Police has cordoned off the area as per broadcasters version.Pampore in Kashmir, an encounter broke out between militants and security forces inside a government building in Pampore this morning. Two to three militants are believed to have entered the building of Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) in the wee hours today and fired upon the security forces triggering an encounter.
Quoting a Defence Spokesman, news agency PTI reports that a soldier has been injured in the exchange of fire. The firing was going on, when reports last came in, and a portion of the building has caught fire. The operation to flush out the militants is in progress.
Traffic was temporarily suspended on the Srinagar-Jammu national highway. Militants had targeted the EDI building in February this year as well. Two soldiers and an employee of the institute were killed in that operation. Three militants were gunned down.Media agencies
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