Four soldiers hurt in grenade attack by terrorists in Kashmir


Srinagar: Four army men were injured on Wednesday in a grenade attack by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kulgam district.

Sources said that the attack came when an army party was passing from near a school building in Shamsipura area in the morning. The walls of the school also bore splinter marks.

Confirming the incident, a Srinagar based army spokesperson Colonel Rajesh Kalia said “terrorists lobbed grenade on Army’s Road Opening Party during the sanitisation drill at 10.15 am in general area Shamshipura, Khanabal, Kulgam”. Four soldiers sustained splinter injuries. They were provided first aid and thereafter evacuated to 92 Base Hospital.