Virtual numbers used by terrorists a great challenge: Vijay Kumar IGP

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SRINAGAR: The use of virtual numbers by terrorists have turned out to be a new challenge faced by security forces, said Vijay Kumar, Kashmir Inspector-General of Police, adding that “we will soon have a solution”. Virtual number (being used by terrorists) has remained a challenge for us since the very beginning. It is a challenging issue all across the world. We are trying to find a technological solution to this and will find it soon,” the senior police officer said here at a media briefing on Tuesday.

SRINAGAR: Indian Army personnel in action after two terrorists fired upon road opening party (ROP) of CRPF near Tangan bypass on the outskirts of Srinagar city on Monday. (ANI Photo)

He was speaking to media on the killing of two CRPF soldiers in a terrorist attack at Pampore area of South Kashmir.

The two terrorists who opened fire at CRPF security personnel on Monday afternoon have been identified, said the Kashmir Inspector-General of Police (IG).”One terrorist is of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) who had earlier also attacked the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel twice while the other one is a local terrorist,” said Kumar.Two CRPF personnel who were injured in the terrorist attack succumbed to their injuries, the CRPF said.

He said thatthe two terrorists who opened fire at CRPF security personnel on Monday afternoon have been identified, said Vijay Kumar, Jammu and Kashmir Inspector-General of Police (IG).

“One terrorist is of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) who had earlier also attacked the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel twice while the other one is a local terrorist,” said Kumar.

Two CRPF personnel who were injured in the terrorist attack succumbed to their injuries, the CRPF said. The two soldierss, along with three others, had been injured as terrorists opened fire at around 12:50 pm today upon a road opening party (ROP) of the battalion at Pampore bypass. The injured jawans were evacuated to the district hospital. (ANI)