4 BSF men injured in J&K grenade attack
An unidentified terrorist hurled a grenade at their vehicle at Dahram Huilly area in Ramban police district.india Updated: Aug 03, 2006 22:21 IST
Four BSF jawans, including an assistant commandant were injured when an unidentified terrorist hurled a grenade at their vehicle at Dahram Huilly area in Ramban police district.
Ramban police said in Jammu on Thursday evening that a petrol party of Border Security Force (BSF) was going to its Dahram base camp on Wednesday night when it was attacked by terrorists very close to the camp.
Assistant commandant Pankaj Kumar, sub inspector Shankar Pal, head constable Angesh Aid and sepoy Mohan Lal were injured in the attack. They were admitted to the nearby hospital.
The security forces cordoned off the area and search operations have started since Wednesday night, which are still going on.