Battle Against Terrorism in J&K : 51 Soldiers Sacrificed Lives in Three Year’s
Safeguarding peace and security in the region

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NVI Correspondent Nasir Khan

Srinagar, July, 10 (NVI) : Over the past three years, 51 soldiers have been martyred in Jammu and Kashmir, reflecting the ongoing struggle of our security forces against persistent terrorist threats. These losses highlight the immense challenges faced by our defense personnel in safeguarding peace and security in the region.

2024 Casualties:

In the first seven months of this year, 10 soldiers, a Village Defense Guard, and a CRPF personnel have been martyred, underscoring the continuous threat from terrorist activities and the valor of our forces.

January 12: Terrorists attacked a convoy in the Krishna Ghati Sector of Poonch. Although no soldiers were harmed in the attack, one soldier was martyred during an operational task in Baramulla district.

January 18: Agniveer Ajay Singh was martyred, and two others were injured in an IED blast in the Nowshera Sector of Rajouri district.

April 24: Two soldiers were injured during an encounter in the Ranji Forest of Aramgam Bandipora.

April 28: A Village Defence Guard was martyred in an exchange of fire in the Basantgarh area of Udhampur district.

May 4: In the Sanai Top area of Poonch district, a soldier was martyred, and four others were injured in a fierce encounter.

June 11: A CRPF personnel was martyred in Saida Sukhal village, Hiranagar Kathua. On the same day, five soldiers and one SPO were injured in the Chatergala area of Doda district during an attack on a joint checkpost.

June 12: A police officer was injured in an encounter in Kota Top, Dandoh Doda.

July 6: A soldier was martyred in an encounter in Chinnigam Kulgam, and a Para-Commando was killed in Modergam Kulgam during an operation.

July 7: A soldier was critically injured in an attack on the headquarters of a Territorial Army battalion in Galuti Patrara village, Manjakote Rajouri.

July 8: Five soldiers, including a JCO, were martyred, and five others were injured in a militant attack in the Badnota area of Kathua district.

Previous Years’ Sacrifices:

In 2023, 29 soldiers, four policemen, and a BSF personnel were martyred. In 2022, 12 soldiers were martyred, along with 21 local terrorists, 52 infiltrators, four policemen, 14 civilians, and a BSF personnel.

Despite the inherent risks, our soldiers continue to demonstrate extraordinary courage and dedication. Their sacrifices ensure the region’s safety and security, standing as a bulwark against terrorism.

These sacrifices serve as a poignant reminder of the high cost of maintaining peace and security. The unwavering resolve and bravery of these soldiers honor their duty and patriotism, inspiring the nation. The nation stands united in saluting their valor and sacrifice, reaffirming our support for the defense forces who tirelessly work to protect us.(News Vibes of India)