SRINAGAR, India (AP) — Rebels in Indian-controlled Kashmir have killed two troopers in an assault within the disputed area’s major metropolis. An Indian military spokesman says militants sprayed bullets at a military patrol on the outskirts of Srinagar metropolis. Two troopers had been critically injured and later died at a hospital. Counterinsurgency police and troopers launched a search operation for the attackers. Insurgent teams have been preventing towards Indian rule since 1989. Not one of the teams instantly claimed accountability for the assault, which comes throughout near-daily preventing between Pakistani and Indian troopers alongside the extremely militarized frontier that divides Kashmir between the 2 nuclear-armed rivals.