Survivors Recount Gurdaspur Terror Attack Horror
In a suspected terror attack, gunmen wearing army uniform attacked a bus and a police station in Punjab.
The sounds of gunfire woke up residents of Dinanagar early Monday morning as terrorists, clad in army uniform, attacked a bus and a police station complex. The attack resulted in the death of five persons, including a policeman, after snatching a car.
Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu said the nation needs to speak in one voice when it comes to matters of terrorism.
Reacting to the Gurdaspur terror attack, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal says militancy is a national problem, not a state problem. We need a national-level policy to tackle it.
In a suspected terror attack, during early hours of Monday morning, gunmen wearing army uniform went on a rampage attacking a bus, a health centre and Dina Nagar police station, leaving six persons, including a policeman, dead and several injured in Gurdaspur district of Punjab.
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