Published On: Wed, Jul 29th,

Gurdaspur Police Station Attack; Kills Five Personnel Including Ten People


Some armed people suddenly attacked a police station of the Indian state of Punjab’s district Gurdaspur, located in the northwest part of the country.

According to officials’ statement, in this battling three terrorists have killed in this attack as well as seven other civilian, along with the Punjab state police superintendent.

It reported to be by Indian media that attackers were dressed up Indian military uniform, first hijacked a car and then stormed Gurdaspur police by carrying out firing, in the result— shot dead fatalities occurred.

It believed to be by authorities that the terrorist were come from the Indian-administered Kashmir.
Nevertheless, after over one hour firing which done by both sides, all three militants were killed who donned up with Indian military uniform, Salwinder Singh, who is Gurdaspur Police Chief told media.

Bystanders told media, the attackers were looked like military personnel as wore uniform, entered in police station while carrying out severe firing that shot dead three civilians, Baljit Singh (police superintendent) including four policemen.

After over two hours battling, with collaboration of commando force who reached at the scene police remained successful to kill three armed people.

It also reported to be that the attackers were heavily equipped advance automatic weapons, in neighboring Punjab the attack shocked everyone as it never happened before that, while in occupied Kashmir it’s not a new thing.

Nonetheless, the Deputy Police Commissioner at Gurdaspur, Mr. Abhinav Trikha described the attackers were hid inside the police station’s residential quarters and exchange of firing from both sides were being done for over two hours.

One of the police personnel told reporters that these three assailants came in a Maruti Suzuki car, while dressed up army fatigues.

The security forces seized the area and launched sudden action, discovered explosives which installed close to the railway tracks at the Dinanagar railway station.