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Militants attack, hurt senior police officer in Jammu

Militants shot and critically wounded a Deputy Superintendent of Police in the Medhar sector of Jammu on Wednesday.

Jammu, May 23 : Militants shot and critically wounded a Deputy Superintendent of Police in the Medhar sector of Jammu on Wednesday.

Police said Jugal Manhar was on his way to his office when he was attacked.

"When he was passing through the town memorial, militants attacked him from behind the protection wall. They were two people. He is very critical at the moment. He has been airlifted to Jammu and is being treated there. His driver, who was also injured in the attack, is being treated here," said S P Vaid, Inspector General of Police, Jammu.

Police said a manhunt has been launched to nab the rebels.

"We have cordoned off the entire town and the hunt for the militants is on. The army has also been alerted," he added.

In a separate incident, seven militants and a soldier were killed in gun battles in the region.

A civilian was also killed in crossfire and three soldiers wounded after the gun battles, all of which were fought in the Pulwama area, 45 km south of Srinagar.

ANI

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