Terrorists hurl grenade at house of MLA Noorabad in J&K's kulgam

On Saturday, terrorists hurled grenade at Kral Khud police station in J&K's Srinagar.

Terrorists hurl grenade at house of MLA Noorabad in J&K's kulgam
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SRINAGAR: Terrorists on Sunday hurled grenade at the house of an MLA from Noorabad in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam. The grenade exploded outside and no injuries were reported.

On Saturday, terrorists hurled grenade at Kral Khud police station in J&K's Srinagar. There were, however, no reports of casualties.

"The grenade exploded without causing any casualty. Some vehicles parked outside the police station, however, were damaged," the police had said.

"A few gunshots were also heard in the area after which the area has been cordoned off," the police added.

Yesterday's incident surfaced almost a month after a terrorist was killed in a grenade attack on a police station in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district. He was trying to escape from the police custody

One policeman was also injured in the grenade explosion when the terrorist was challenged by the guard while trying to escape from the police station. The incident had taken place in Tral in Pulwama.

The slain militant was identified as Mushtaq Ahmad Chopan alias Haroon. He was the son of Ghulam Muhammad of Wagad hamlet in Tral.

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