SRINAGAR A CRPF trooper was injured after suspected militants lobbed a grenade on a paramilitary camp at Nowdal area of Tral in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Wednesday evening. towards 180 BN CRPF camp at Nowdal area of Tral in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Wednesday evening.
Reports said that militants lobbed the grenade on 180 bn CRPF Camp in Nowdal area. In the explosion, one CRPF personnel identified as Head constable T L Parshad received minor splinter injury in his left hand.
He was immediately shifted to nearby hospital for treatment.
A senior police officer also confirmed the incident and said that area has been cordoned off to the nab the attackers.
Four CRPF troopers on poll duty injured
A four CRPF troopers were injured when a vehicle they were travelling in met with an accident at Chadoora in central Kashmir’s Budgam district on Wednesday.
Official sources told GNS that a Gypsy bearing registration number HR55C-3383, part of the poll duty, skidded off a bridge and fell into a nallah at Chadoora area.
In the mishap, four CRPF men including an officer were injured.
“A case under relevant sections of law has been registered and further investigations were taken up,” he said.
Meanwhile, window panes of a vehicle, part of the election duty, were damaged after attacked with stones by a group of youth near Gogo area of Humhama in Budgam district.
Petrol bomb attack on NC leaders residence
Unknown persons on Wednesday evening hurled a petrol bomb towards the residence of NC leader and former MLA Ali Mohd Dar in Doniwari area of Chadoora in central Kashmir’s Budgam district.
Official sources told GNS that the unknown persons on motorcyclist hurled the petrol bomb on the NC leader’s residence and fled from the spot.
The bomb exploded inside the premises, however, in the incident there was no damage or injury reported so far, they said.
A police official said that they are verifying about the incident.
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