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14 injured in Srinagar blast
February 24, 2005 17:46 IST
At least 14 people, including two Border Security Force personnel, were injured in a grenade attack in Baramulla district in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, official sources said.
The grenade was thrown at a BSF patrol in Shah Faisal market in Sopore, 55 km from Srinagar, at around 1310 IST, the sources said.
They said the 12 pedestrians suffered splinter injuries and were admitted to a nearby hospital.
The injured constable were shifted to the army base hospital in Srinagar, the sources said.
No militant outfit has claimed responsibility for the incident so far, they said.
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