Terrorists throw grenades in Srinagar, Army launches search operation

Srinagar: Terrorists in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir are not coming to terms with their nefarious tactics. Now the terrorists have attacked with a grenade at Khwaja Bazar Nowhatta in Srinagar on Friday. It is being said that two shops were damaged in this grenade attack. Security in the area has been beefed up and every visitor is being kept under close watch. A search operation has also been launched to nab the attackers.

An official said that unidentified militants had hurled a grenade in the Khwaja Bazar area in the afternoon. However, there were no reports of any casualties or injuries. Two shops were completely damaged in the attack. Earlier, on Thursday, militants had attacked a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) vehicle with a grenade in Shopian district, but there was no casualty. Officials said the militants hurled a grenade at the vehicle at Kigam in Shopian around 7.30 pm.

The Army has been carrying out continuous operations to wash out terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. That is why the last few months have been witnessing the panic of terrorists. Recently, the State Intelligence Agency (SIA) of the Jammu Kashmir Police has arrested 10 people for allegedly working for the banned terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed.

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