The injured personnel were rushed to a hospital.Earlier on Saturday; one woman was seriously injured after Pakistan yet again violates ceasefire violations along Line of Control.
The Army convoy, which was on its way to Jammu from Srinagar, was indiscriminately fired upon by terrorists near the Lower Munda toll post. Talking to Rising Kashmir, army spokesperson, Rajesh Kalia said militants opened fire on the convoy at around 11:30 am, leaving six army men injured.
The convoy was coming towards Srinagar when it was attacked, " he said.
The other four are being treated, the official said. The Srinagar-Jammu highway has also been closed for traffic, following the terrorist attack.
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As per the agency that attack was carried out by terrorists in Anantnag's Qazigund. The injured have been taken to a hospital and a search operation is on in the area.
Militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen claimed responsibility for the attack.
He quoted operational commander Mehmood Ghaznavi as saying that the outfit has made a decision to reward the militants involved in the attack.
South Kashmir is emerging as stronghold of militants and over 120 militants are active in the region comprising four districts of Kulgam, Anantnag, Pulwama and Shopian. The agenda of the meeting was to review the situation in the hinterland and borders.