Jammu and Kashmir: Three injured after militants hurl grenade at Kulgam police station

Militants on Thursday hurled a grenade at a police station in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, resulting in injuries to three persons, including two cops.

PTI October 26, 2017 18:28:58 IST
Jammu and Kashmir: Three injured after militants hurl grenade at Kulgam police station

Srinagar: Militants on Thursday hurled a grenade at a police station in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, resulting in injuries to three persons, including two cops.

Jammu and Kashmir Three injured after militants hurl grenade at Kulgam police station

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The attack at Damhal Hanjipora police station took place at around 4 pm and the grenade exploded inside its compound, a police official said.

A constable, a special police officer and a civilian were injured in the blast, he said.

The injured have been rushed to a hospital while a hunt has been launched to nab the attackers, he added.

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