Terrorists Hurl Grenades In Kashmir, Over 7 Wounded

Terrorists Hurl Grenades In Kashmir, Over 7 Wounded

8 August 2012
Daily Bhaskar


Srinagar: Terrorists on Wednesday hurled grenades at a police station in Baramulla district of North Kashmir, injuring over seven people, including four policemen. The ultras threw the grenades at Pattan Police Station, some 27 km from here, minutes after breaking the Ramzan fast, a police spokesman said. The injured have been admitted to a hospital. No militant outfit has claimed responsibility for the attack so far. The Jammu and Kashmir Police have detained two minor boys in Sopore town for allegedly hurling grenades at police and security forces. The boys aged 12 and 13 were picked up by the police after CCTV footage captured their acts on Wednesday. The blasts has injured three people. Later the police, sources said, made a sketch on the basis of CCTV footage and identified the boys. “Search is on for the third boy seen in the footage,” sources said. Superintendent Police Sopore Imtiyaz Hussain has confirmed that two boys aged 12 and 13 were questioned. However, he denied that anyone has been arrested. This is the first time minor boys have been found involved in militant activities in Sopore, a bastion of the LeT.