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Pulwama-Style Terror Strike Averted By Indian Army:- The Pulwama attacks in Jammu and Kashmir which claimed over 40 lives of Indian Army personnel will be remembered by the country. The Indian Army averted a Pulwama style terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Karewa region yesterday. 52 kgs of explosives have been detained near to the highway in the region. The security forces launched a search operation after receiving a tip. The forests of Gadikhal in the region of Awantipora are searched and the Army personnel traced 416 packets of explosives that are kept in a Syntex tank. The explosives are found 9 km from the attack where the Pulwama incident took place. The recovered explosives are called 'Super-90'.
Police, Rashtriya Rifles & CRPF held a joint search of the nursery area near forests of Gadikhal village in Awantipora & recovered 416 high explosive gelatin sticks & 50 detonators from two explosive dumps which were concealed underground in plastic tanks: Awantipora Police, J&K pic.twitter.com/eCA9UtX2vi— ANI (@ANI) September 17, 2020
An official said that 416 packets of explosives are found and each weighed 125 gms. A suicide bomber rammed into a CRPF convoy last year in Pulwama that killed 40 Indian soldiers. This is named as one of the deadliest attacks on the Indian Army in the valley of Kashmir over the years. Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) took the responsibility of the attack. Indian war flights attacked the training camp of JeM in Pakistan. NIA filed a charge sheet about the case last month. NIA named Masood Azhar, his brother Abdul Rauf Asghar and others in the charge sheet.