Congress shows restraint over Jammu and Kashmir Sunjuwan Army camp attack

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Two terrorists have been gunned down by the armed forces after terrorists attack on the Sunjuwan Army camp in Jammu in the early hours of Saturday.

The spokesman said that so far one JCO and one NCO both belonging to J&K died and nine others including five women and children received injuries. two of the injured is stated to be critical.

While the minister did not specify the group affiliation of the militants who carried out the attack, officials said Jaish-e-Mohammed militants were behind the terror strike.

"Operations will continue till all the terrorist are apprehended or killed", he added.

Later, speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a function in Ahmedabad, Mr. Singh said, "You should be rest assured that Army and security forces are giving a befitting reply to the attack". She also said that her husband was also seriously injured in the attack and needs immediate evacuation.

A total of 3,000 sensitive bases, including 600 highly sensitive installations of the Army, Navy and the Air Force were identified by the forces months after the attack on Pathankot air base.

The fidayeen entered the camp from its rear side and started firing indiscriminately.

The camp is located on the outskirts of the city of Jammu.

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The latest attack came a day after the death anniversary of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, who was hanged in Delhi's Tihar Jail on February 9, 2013.

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A defence statement said that most of the families have been evacuated from the junior commissioned officers quarters where the terrorists had entered.

Though no militant outfit has claimed responsibility for the attack, the authorities believe Jaish-e-Mohammad is behind it. She also held a high-level meeting with General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Northern Command, Lieutenant General Devraj Anbu, to review the security situation in the state in the wake of terror attack.

Director General of Police, S P Vaid; IGP, Jammu, S D S Jamwal, senior officers of Army, Police and civil administration were present on the occasion.

National Conference MLA Muhammad Akbar Lone raised slogans to counter BJP MLAs.

Police sources earlier said that the attackers split themselves into two groups and one of these was "isolated" in a corner of a four-storey building within the camp.