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Eyewitnesses question power cut minutes before blast
Narwal Grenade Blast
11/20/2012 12:22:34 AM
early times report
Jammu, Nov 19: While Police are working at various leads to zero in on the culprits of the Narwal grenade blast that left a vendor killed and several others injured the previous day, the eye witnesses have questioned power cut in the area minutes before the explosive was hurled outside the wine shop.
"We could have seen the accused and helped investigators in identifying them had the power supply not been snapped just minutes before the incident", said eye witnesses who were just yards away from the place where the incident took place.
It is pertinent to mention here that previous incidents of similar kind in Jammu were also preceded by power cuts which helped the culprits to escape easily after the incident and left the eyewitnesses blinded by the darkness.
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