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Terror strikes Jammu: 2 cops, among three injured in grenade blast at Bus Stand
Another grenade hurled in Srinagar
5/25/2018 1:06:16 AM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 24: Three persons including two police personnel received injuries and two police vehicles were damaged when an unidentified terrorists lobbed grenade on a police vehicle in General Bus Stand area here late on Thursday night following which high alert was sounded in the Jammu district.
Police sources said that three persons including two cops received injuries when a group of unidentified terrorists hurled a grenade on police gypsy at around 10:45 pm on Thursday night near Petrol Pump at General Bus Stand while a taxi was also received minor damaged in the explosion.
Sources further said that grenade exploded near police vehicle after it was lobbed, which reduced its intensity and no casualty took place. "The injured have been rushed to the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMC&H)," sources said.
After hearing the sound of the blast panic gripped the area and locals along with some Shiv Sena leaders gathered at the spot and started raising slogans against Pakistan.
However, an eyewitness stated that motorcycle borne two persons lobbed a grenade on police vehicle.
Police sources identified the injured as SPO Arjun (driver) son of Dheroo Lal of Shama Chak Jammu, Selection Grade Shah Israr son of Aman Ullah of Surankote Poonch and a civilian namely Jagdev Raj son Prem Chand of village Lakhri in Billawar.
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Jammu, Vivek Gupta talking to reporters at the spot, said that two policemen and a civilian received injuries in the grenade blast at Jammu Bus Stand on Thursday night. He added that all the injured received minor splinter injuries in the blast.
"Preliminary investigations revealed that grenade was lobbed on the police party resulting in injuries to two cops," said the SSP Jammu adding that investigations into it have been launched to ascertain the actual cause of the blast.
Sources further said that it was low intensity crude bomb which resulted minor injuries.
Police said that all the nakas have been tightened and further investigation is on.
Meanwhile, in Srinagar, militants tonight hurled a grenade towards the CRPF camp but there was no loss of life, police said.
Militants lobbed a grenade on the CRPF camp at Braripora in Nawakadal area of the city, a police official said. He said there was no loss of life due to the explosion. Further details were awaited, the official said.
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