July 2004 News

Terror Base Found In Upper Rajouri

27 July 2004
The Times of India

Jammu: Army and BSF have claimed that a Hill Kaka-like large and strong terrorist base had been detected in Jammu and Kashmir. The Hill Kaka was a terrorist control centre, run by Pakistan, for four years before the Army smashed it in April 2003 under its 'Sarp Vinash' operation, killing at least 80 terrorists. Army and BSF said a big terrorist base, remote-controlled by Pakistan, had been located at Dera ki Gali, a mountainous area in the upper reaches of Rajouri district. The sources said around 100 terrorists were operating from this base. The terrorists belonged to JeM, Hizbul Mujahideen and Harkart-ul-Jehad-e-Islami .

 

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