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HENB | NEW DELHI | JULY 27, 2015:: Islamic Terrorists belonging to suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad and Indian Mujahideen ‘combo module’ instigated by Pakistan intelligence agency ISI, stormed Dina Nagar police station in Punjab’ Gurdaspur district in the early hours of Monday, shot and killed one Superintendent of Police, Sardar Baljit Singh, police and others sources conveyed.
Seven persons — three civilians, Superintendent of Police (Detective) Baljit Singh and three home guards — were killed by the terrorists who engaged Punjab policemen from inside the building they were holed up in. With the killing of all the three Islamist militants holed up inside Dina Nagar police station in Gurdaspur, Punjab government declared the operation to be over at 5 pm, exactly 12 hours after the terror attack. Singh suffered injuries in the gun battle between security forces and the terrorists holed up in the police station in the town of Gurdaspur near the border with Pakistan, police officials said. Singh, who headed the detective branch of police in Gurdaspur, succumbed to his wounds in a hospital.
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The Jihadi perpetrators of Monday’s terror strike in Punjab are suspected to have sneaked into India from Pakistan through the unfenced border between Jammu and Pathankot or Chak Hira in Jammu district to launch the brazen assault about which central agencies had intelligence inputs.
India tightened security on the border with Pakistan and sealed in India-Pak, India-Nepal, India-Bangladesh (Assam Region) International borders and tightening securities in various sectors including Indian Parliament, Airports, Hindu Temples including Somenath Temple in Gujarat, Ramjanmabhoomi Temple in Ayodhya and Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Uttar Pradesh.
Mumbai, Pune, Nashik & Nagpur in Maharashtra put on High Alert in wake of Punjab terror attack and its consequences connected to the execution of a terrorist yakub Memon scheduled on July 30, in connection with Mumbai serial terror attack in 1993.
Actually, a high alert has been sounded across the nation with security being beefed up at busy public places and markets in the wake of the terror attack in Punjab.
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Those who call terrorists have no religion, the incident may be a eye opener for them if their heads are not screwed as terrorists were shouting ‘Allah hu Akbar’ — Arabic for ‘God is great’ — before four attackers were killed after an intense gunfight in Gurdaspur district, indicating the assault was a suicide attack.
“Will not strike first, but will give a befitting reply”, Indian Home Minister, Sri Rajnath Singh said on Gurdaspur attack to media persons. Sri Singh said India wants to have cordial relations with Pakistan but will give a befitting reply if national pride is challenged.
The terror attack came weeks after prime ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif met in Russia and agreed that top security officers from the two countries would meet to discuss counter-terrorism.
Common persons in border districts in Jammu and Kashmir and now in Gurdaspur of Punjab, grossly suffer due to cross border terrorism and also violation of ceasefire by Pakistan, ask Sri Rajnath Singh what is the parameter of ‘pride’ as standardized by the union Home Minister as such!
Source: PTI and Agencies.