Srinagar, Nov 5: Two militants were killed after an infiltration bid was foiled by Indian army in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri sector on Sunday, reported news agency ANI. The number of terrorists are unknown and an encounter is underway. “An infiltration bid was foiled in Uri sector and two terrorists have been killed,” an Army official said here. Also Read - Black Day Observed Across Jammu and Kashmir To Mark Pakistan's Invasion in 1947

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On Friday, the army killed a terrorist who was trying to sneak into India in Kashmir’ Kupwara district.  A weapon was recovered from the deceased militant, said a defence spokesperson. Also Read - Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorists Lob Grenade at Security Forces Deployed in Tral, Jawan Injured

JeM militant killed in Kashmir:

In South Kashmir’s Pulwama district, a militant of the dreaded organisation Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) was killed in a gunfight with security forces on November 3. The police of Kashmir took to Twitter to inform the nation about the incident. The militant was identified as Badar of JeM and was involved in a number of acts in south Kashmir.