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A new report suggests that two of the bloodiest cross-border surgical strikes took place during UPA's tenure in the summer of 2011. [representational Image]Reuters

The Indian Army foiled yet another infiltration bid by killing two terrorists who apparently tried to enter the 46 Rashtriya Rifles headquarters at around 10:30pm on Sunday in Janbazpora area of Baramulla in Jammu and Kashmir.

According to early reports, around three to four terrorists attacked an Army camp and a nearby Border Security Force camp and first hurled grenades and then started heavy firing. It is suspected the terrorists may have entered India crossing the Jhelum river.

However, one BSF soldier also martyred and another BSF soldier and two Army jawans were injured in the firing. 

This is the first infiltration bid by terrorists after last week's surgical strikes carried out by the Indian armed forces along the Line of Control after four Pakistani terrorists had attacked an Army base in Uri in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. In the retaliatory surgical strikes, the Indian forces neutralised approximately 30 terrorists and two Pakistani army personnel who tried to shield those terrorists.