Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba claimed the responsibility of Pampore attack saying that at least 12 Indian troopers were killed while more than 20 forces personnel were injured.
LeT spokesperson , Abdullah Ghaznavi, in a statement to news agency CNS said that two LeT militants belonging to a Fidayeen squad attacked the CRPF bus on highway. It was a successful attack that such type of attacks will continue in future as well, he said.
The LeT spokesperson said that both the militants responsible for the daring attack attained martyrdom. The spokesperson paid rich tribute to these two slain militants and termed them as daring militants.
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