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Six persons including four paramilitary troopers, a policeman and a civilian sustained splinter injuries after militants hurled a grenade on CRPF vehicle at Khanbal area of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Friday.

Official sources said the militants lobbed a grenade on the vehicle of CRPF and it exploded with a big bang.

In the incident, four CRPF Jawans, a policeman and a civilian sustained injuries, they said.

All the injured were rushed to nearby hospital for treatment.

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A police officer said that they have launched investigations and also started searches to nab the attackers.

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Three CRPF troopers, civilian wounded in grenade blast

Three CRPF troopers, civilian wounded in grenade blastReports said that the militants lobbed a grenade at a CRPF vehicle, leaving three CRPF troopers and a pedestrian wounded.Militants lobbed a grenade at a CRPF vehicle in Khanabal area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Friday, leaving three troopers and a civilian wounded.Reports said that the militants lobbed a grenade at a CRPF vehicle, leaving three CRPF troopers and a pedestrian wounded.

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Six including four paramilitary men injured in Anantnag grenade attack

Six including four paramilitary men injured in Anantnag grenade attack Six persons including four paramilitary troopers, a policeman and a civilian sustained splinter injuries after militants hurled a grenade on CRPF vehicle at Khanbal area of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Friday. Official sources said the militants lobbed a grenade on the vehicle of CRPF and it exploded with a big bang. In the incident, four CRRPF men, a policeman and a civilian sustained injuries, they said. All the injured were rushed to nearby hospital for treatment. A police officer said that they have launched investigations and also started searches to nab the attackers.

Posted by Jammu culture and heritage on Friday, June 1, 2018