A person linked to the Hizbul Mujahideen terror group hurled a grenade at a busy bus stand in Jammu on Thursday, killing a teenager and injuring at least 30 people in third attack at the same facility within 10 months, police said. read more
Speaking on the grenade blast at a bus stand in Jammu, where one died and injured over 25 people, Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre said, “Local investigation has been initiated into the incident. We will get the details, we are proud of our forces. The government has already given complete liberty to the forces to take all necessary steps and that is being done. Terrorists are on the run and I’m sure forces will take care of all these.” (Hindustan Times)read more
The arrested terrorist, who hails from South Kashmir’s Kulgam, was tasked by Farooq Ahmed Bhat, district commander of Hizbul Mujahideen to carry out the grenade attack at the Jammu bus stand. read more
Thirty people were injured, three to four among them critically, in a powerful grenade blast around noon at the busy Jammu Bus Stand in the heart of the old city in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. One of the 30 people who were injured in the grenade explosion has succumbed to his injuries at the Government Medical College and Hospital. A police officer said the grenade had been placed under a bus.
Nearly 26 people have been injured, three to four among them critically, in a powerful grenade blast around 12 noon at the busy Jammu Bus Stand in the heart of the old city here on Thursday.“There is no death in the incident but around 26 people have been injured. Eleven of the injured belonged to Kashmir, eight to Jammu and six others from different states,” Jammu deputy commissioner Ramesh Kumar told HT. The deputy commissioner, who immediately rushed to the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) to monitor the treatment being provided to the injured, said some of the injured were being operated upon. Among the injured were bus drivers, conductors and some passersby.read more
The three accused were in a Scorpio car when they were arrested by the police on Saturday, said newly appointed deputy commissioner of police (crime) Rajiv Deswal. The accused were sent to police custody for a day on Sunday. read more