World War 3: India issues ‘HIGH ALERT’ after ‘Pakistan military attack’ kills at least six
INDIA has issued a “high alert” after an army base in the Jammu region was stormed by armed militants that killed at least five soldiers and a civilian during a period of high tensions between the two nations, it has emerged.
New Delhi declared that the Pakistani military group Jaish-e-Muhammad carried out the horrific attack on the base home to over 3,500 troops.
Shiv Dev Singh Jamwal, the police chief for Jammu, announced the high alert in the region.
He declared: “A high alert has been sounded in Jammu, and security beefed up in and around the city.”
Schools and shopping areas have been closed in a desperate effort to protect people from further attacks.