Three security personnel injured in grenade attack at Manipur Assembly complex

All the injured in the attack in Manipur, two private security personnel and the BSF jawan who hailed from Madhya Pradesh, were admitted to the RIMS hospital. They are stated to be out of danger, an attending doctor said.

Press Trust of India November 17, 2018 14:32:34 IST
Three security personnel injured in grenade attack at Manipur Assembly complex

Imphal: Three security personnel, including one BSF jawan, were injured after suspected militants carried out a grenade attack at the Manipur Assembly complex, the police said.

Three security personnel injured in grenade attack at Manipur Assembly complex

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The incident occurred at around 5.55 pm Friday near the entry gate of the complex at the heart of the capital town, they told reporters in Imphal.

All the injured, two private security personnel and the BSF jawan who hailed from Madhya Pradesh, were admitted to the RIMS hospital. They are stated to be out of danger, an attending doctor said.

One unexploded grenade was recovered from the spot and was defused by bomb experts.

More details on this story are awaited.

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