VDGs open fire on suspicion in Rajouri

VDGs open fire on suspicion in Rajouri

Rajouri/Jammu: Village defence guards on Sunday opened fire, observing suspicious movement in a village in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district, officials said.
No one was injured in the firing that took place around 4 am in upper Dhangri, a village where terrorists killed seven persons in an attack early this year, officials said.
The VDGs fired around two dozen rounds upon noticing some suspicious movement outside a house in the village, they said.
Police and army have launched a cordon and search operation in the village and adjoining areas as a precautionary measure, officials added.

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