Five jawans of CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) have been injured on Monday in a grenade attack in Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
According to police, militants hurled grenade at a road opening party of the CRPF. The attack occurred at the Wanpoh area of Anantnag district.
No militant groups has claimed the responsibility yet.
The CRPF personnel were taken to hospital. It is not known if there was any civilian casualties.
Earlier, the Indian Army arrested two Jaish-e-Mohammed men from URI in Kashmir. The two were from the Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). Joint force of the army and the Border Security Force (BSF) on Tuesday apprehended them.
They were identified as Faisal Hussain Awan and Ahasan Kursheed. Their duty was to guide the Jaish terrorists to infiltrate the border along the Line of Control to enter into India. Both the Jaish men were investigated.
The attack came after the fatal terror attack in Uri on 18th September which claimed 18 soldiers’ lives. Pakistan based militant group, Jaish-e-Mohammed perpetrated the attack. This was the biggest terror attack on Indian army which raised tension in between India-Pakistan relationship.