TN CM Stalin condemns cowardly terror attack on police bus in Srinagar

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin condemned the terrorist attack on a police bus in Srinagar on Tuesday, December 14, which killed two police officers and injured 12 others.

Stalin said in a statement issued here: "I was shocked to learn of the heinous terror attack on a police bus near Srinagar. I strongly condemn this heinous crime and extend my heartfelt condolences to the grieving families of the security personnel who were killed." "Wishing for the quick recovery of other injured personnel," Stalin said.

Terrorists attacked a bus carrying Jammu and Kashmir Armed Police soldiers on the outskirts of Srinagar on Monday, killing two police officers and injuring 12 others. Terrorists opened fire on a bus in Zewan, Pantha Chowk,  injuring 14 police officers and evacuating them to separate hospitals, according to police officials.

Officials claimed two Armed Forces officers died in the hospital, one an assistant sub-inspector and the other a section grade policeman, and that the area had been cordoned off and a search operation began to find the militants.

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