Nine Civilians Injured After Terrorists Hurl Grenade Near Dal Lake in Srinagar
The attack took place outside the famous Mughal Garden on the banks of the Dal Lake.
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Nine civilians were injured after terrorists hurled a grenade in the Nishat area of Srinagar in Kashmir, causing a low-intensity blast on Sunday, 21 August, officials said.
The attack took place outside the famous Mughal garden on the banks of the Dal Lake, they said.
Seven of the nine injured were taken to the SMHS hospital and two of them to the SKIMS hospital in Srinagar, they said.
Their condition is stated to be stable, the officials added.
The police have registered a case to find the terrorists responsible for the blast.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, the Jammu and Kashmir Police said that they averted a major terror incident by recovering an IED of approximately 10-12 kg in the Pulwama district. The IED was recovered in the Beihgund area of Tral in Kashmir.
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