Kashmir Grenade Attack Injures Two Soldiers
9 January 2008
Srinagar: Two Indian para-military soldiers were injured when militants lobbed a hand grenade towards a moving para-military vehicle in North Kashmir. Police sources said that militants hurled a hand grenade towards a moving vehicle of para- military at Sopore in North Kashmir. The grenade hit the vehicle and exploded on the road, causing injuries to two para-military soldiers. The injured were taken to hospital, where doctors are attending on them. After the blast, para- military and police officers launched combing and search operations in the area to flush out the militants responsible for the blast. However, no arrests were reported. Fayaz Wani reports on life in Srinagar, Kashmir.