Grenade attack kills teen at Jammu bus stand, suspect caught in 5 hrs: Cops


The man who allegedly threw a grenade at a bus at the Jammu bus stop has been arrested, according to Jammu and Kashmir, DGP Dilbagh Singh.

One of the 30 people injured in the explosion of a grenade at the Jammu bus stop has succumbed to his injuries at the Government Medical School and the Hospital. The deceased has been identified as Md Sharik, 17 years old, resident of Haridwar, Uttarakhand, tweet, IGP and tuitu.

Thirty people were injured, three of them among four of them critically, in a powerful grenade burst around noon at Jammu’s busy bus stop in the heart of the old city here on Thursday.

28 injured in grenade explosion at Jammu bus stop
About 26 people were injured, three of them in four in critical condition, in a powerful grenade broke out around 12 noon at the busy bus stop in Jammu, in the heart of the old city, on Thursday.

The deputy commissioner, who hastened to go immediately to the School of Medicine and Government Hospital (GMCH, for its acronym in English) to control the treatment provided to the wounded, said some of the injured were being operated. Among the injured were bus drivers, drivers and some passers-by.

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A police officer said that the grenade had been placed under a bus.

“We are working on all the leads. “We are collecting evidence and will prosecute the perpetrators,” a police officer told reporters.

Shortly after the incident, the police ran to the scene and cordoned off the area. Forensic experts were also called to raise evidence.

One witness, Rakesh Kumar, said: “There was a huge explosion on a bus and the impact was so powerful that the windshields of three to four other buses were also destroyed.” Many people were injured, but there were three or four people with serious injuries. You can see his blood in the place There was total chaos and panic after the explosion when people ran to safety We did not rush the injured for fear of a second explosion because a strange noise came from the bus where the We waited a while and then we went to his rescue, there were no policemen at the time of the incident. ”

“Obviously, the intention is always to disturb communal peace and harmony … We are sure to hunt them,” said a senior police officer.

This is the third explosion of grenades in the vicinity in the last 10 months.

After midnight on December 28, the alleged terrorists threw a hand grenade near the police station at the bus stop. No one was injured in this attack.

Earlier, on May 24, three policemen and a civilian were injured in an attack with similar grenades at the bus stop under construction along the BC Road. The defendants were subsequently arrested.