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30 hurt in grenade attacks in J&K

Mukhtar Ahmad in Srinagar | June 20, 2003 14:43 IST

Twenty-seven people, including four cops, were seriously injured in a grenade explosion at Pulwama in south Kashmir on Friday morning.

The police said the militants hurled the grenade on a passing police vehicle.
The injured peoplehave beenshifted to hospital.

In another incident,three people, including two policemen were injured, when militants attacked the heavily guarded Charar-e-Sharief police station with a grenade in central Budgam district.

Thewere taken to a hospital. The grenade, the police said, exploded inside the complex.

No one has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.

Two days ago an official of the paramilitary Border Security Force died in a gunbattle near Charar-e-Sharief.

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Sub: jai hind

mr. shaukat! remember 1 thing. whatever be the thing, kashmir belongs to india, n the security forces shall prove that 1 day. JAI HIND!!

Posted by gaurav

Sub: battle with indian army

we are really like freedom over india army.they are hust wasting their time in kashmirnever helping any kashmiri's these type of atacks are good for ...

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