SRINAGAR — Ten civilians were injured on Tuesday evening after suspected militants lobbed a grenade towards Police Station Pulwama, officials said.
Officials said that the injured civilians who were injured in the grenade blast have been shifted to the hospital. They said police immediately reached at the spot.
The injured have been identified as Mohammed Abdullah Kumar son of Abdul Rehman Kumar, Abdul Rasheed Khan son of Ali Mohammed Khan, Masroor Ahmad Mir son of Abdul Hameed Mir, Ghulam Mohammed Khan son of Ali Mohammed Khan, Riyaz Ahmad Wagay son of Ghulam Ahmad Wagay, Mohammed Abass son of Abdul Aziz, Abdul Majeed son of Ghulam Mohammed, Abdul Majeed son of Ghulam Mohammed and Mohammed Shafi Mir son of Ghulam Nabi Mir.
All the injured are residents of Arihal village of Pulwama where a car bomb attack was carried out by militants yesterday.
Mohammed Ashraf Hajam son of Wali Mohammad Hajam, resident of Malikpora area of Pulwama, is also among the injured.
Officials said that three among them including Masroor Ahmad Mir, Ghulam Muhammad Khan and Riyaz Ahmad Wagay have been shifted to Srinagar’s hospital for the treatment.
However, police in its statement said that only two civilians were injured in the blast, adding that a case has been registered in this regard while as officers continue to work to establish the full circumstances of this case.
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