Two traffic personnel injured in grenade attack on security picket at Srinagar's Zero Bridge

At least two traffic personnel were injured on Thursday in a grenade attack by militants on a security picket at Zero Bridge in Srinagar.

Press Trust of India January 17, 2019 16:05:34 IST
Two traffic personnel injured in grenade attack on security picket at Srinagar's Zero Bridge
  • Militants hurled a grenade at a security forces' picket

  • He said security forces have cordoned off the area

  • The attack took place less than 100 metres from the National Conference headquarters

Srinagar: At least two traffic personnel were injured on Thursday in a grenade attack by militants on a security picket at Zero Bridge in the city, police said.

"Militants hurled a grenade at a security forces' picket near Zero Bridge on Rajbagh side. At least two cops were hurt in the attack," a police official said.

He said security forces have cordoned off the area and launched a hunt for the attackers.

The attack took place less than 100 metres from the National Conference headquarters and the local office of the All India Radio.

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