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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 thrownat a BSF patrolin Shah Faisal market in Sopore, 55 km from Srinagar, at around 1310 IST, the sources said.

They said the 12 pedestrianssuffered splinter injuries and were admitted to a nearby hospital.

The injured constablewere 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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