J&Ok: Labourer from Bihar killed in grenade assault by suspected militants in Pulwama
A labourer from Bihar was killed and two others had been injured on Thursday after suspected militants threw a grenade at them in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama.
The Jammu and Kashmir Police stated the realm has been cordoned off. The one who died has been recognized as Mohammed Mumtaz, a resident of Sakwa Parsa village in Bihar.
Those injured had been recognized as Mohammed Arif and Mohammed Majbool, residents of Bihar’s Rampor village.
Since January, not less than 20 focused killings, together with these of police officers, academics and village heads, have been reported in Kashmir.
Of these, 13 had been civilians – six had been Hindus and 7 had been Kashmiri Muslims. Many of them have been shot point-blank of their properties or workplaces.
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