Abdullah also laid a floral wreath on the coffin of soldier Inder Singh at a ceremony held at Technical area of Jammu Airport on Friday morning.
Senior officers of Army, state police and civil administration also paid their tribute to the slain soldiers.
The Indian Army on Thursday said it has gunned down the three terrorists who sneaked into Jammu and Kashmir and killed 12 people in the morning.
According to media reports, the bodies of the three terrorists - aged between 16 and 19 - belong to the banned Pakistan-based terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).
The bodies are presently kept at the Army custody.
At least 12 people, including six Armymen and four cops, were killed in the twin militant attacks at a police station and an Army cantonment in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday morning, said reports.
According to reports, over 12 people were injured in the attacks.
The Jammu and Kashmir Police said four heavily armed terrorists in Army uniform attacked a police station at Hiranagar area of Kathua district in Jammu.
Four police personnel and two civilians were killed in the attack.
The militants then escaped from the site and attacked an Army cantonment in the adjoining Samba district.
In the second attack, at least six Army personnel were killed.
More casualties are expected by the police in the two attacks.
The attacks came a day after the Prime Minister confirmed meeting his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
--IBNS (Posted on 28-09-2013)