Grenade blasts in the kashmir valley

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    Four security personnel were injured in as many terror attacks in Kashmir Valley on Tuesday, a day before Diwali festival.

    After two successive grenade attacks in Srinagar in early afternoon, militants targeted Anantnag and Shopian as they opened fire at a bus stand and targeted a police vehicle respectively. A policeman was reported injured in the Anantnag incident.

    Another attack took place in Zainpora area of Shopian district as militants hurled a grenade on a police vehicle. Luckily the grenade did not explode.

    Earlier in the day, militants hurled a grenade at a bunker of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Maisuma area near busy Lal Chowk. Three personnel were seriously injured in the attack.

    It was followed by an attack in Batmaloo area, where a police picket was targeted. No injury was reported in the second explosion.

    The militants managed to escape after the attacks.

    Following the incidents, Srinagar was put on high alert as security agencies feared more attacks.

    The attacks follow Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah's announcement of withdrawing Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from certain areas. The law, which allows security forces to arrest people on suspicion, is quite unpopular in the valley.

    The army, however, has resisted withdrawal of AFSPA and Tuesday's attacks were likely to strengthen its case.


    Read more at: Four security personnel injured as Srinagar logs four attacks in a day : North News - India Today
     
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    Now, soon after this happened one of the GENERAL SECRETARY of the NATIONAL CONFERENCE of the ruling party of the J&K government says that the INDIAN ARMY is behind the grenade attacks. I think he is psychopath out from a training academy run by the PAKISTANI ARMY. The person's name MUSTAFA KAMAL.
     
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    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    Cowards and always be Cowards....
     
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    sesha_maruthi27 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Now the same person says he takes back his statements made by him on the INDIAN ARMY.
     
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    Yusuf GUARDIAN Administrator

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    Idiots in NC are saying this was done to put pressure on the union govt to not consider withdrawal of AFSPA ie blamed the army for grenade attack. Hights of reckless statements.
     
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    All the Kashmiri politicos from all the parties are nothing more than a bunch of short-sighted, paranoia infested, psychopathic dumb-asses.
     
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    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    Well, they think they are special, They think they are not Indian, They think to harm us..

    We are democratic country that's the only Reason you are shouting, Otherwise you dont even exist in this world..

    They should be thankful..
     

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