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Series of grenade attacks in Srinagar
11/7/2019 10:02:47 PM
The summer capital of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir seems to be on the radar of the attack by militants who hurl grenades killing people and injuring civilians. Srinagar seems to be apparently on the radar of militants once again as a series of grenade attacks have rocked the city in the past three weeks. The grenade attacks have left a migrant vendor dead and 54 people, including 45 civilians, While security forces claim that the attacks have been aimed at "disturbing the return of normalcy and enforce a shutdown", they have been simultaneously working on to zero in on the suspects behind these attacks. No militant group has claimed responsibility to date. According to security officers, the Srinagar district has one or two resident-active militants who might have carried out these attacks with a support of overground workers. "The police also looking if any module from outside of Srinagar district was involved. Of the three grenade attacks, two were lobbed at vendors and shoppers on Hari Singh High Street during the daytime. The first grenade attack was carried out on October 12 barely three hours after restoration of post-paid mobile phones. The attack left eight civilians injured. On Monday, a non-local worker from Uttar Pradesh, Rinku Singh, was killed and 40 others were injured in a grenade attack on Hari Singh High Street. The third grenade was lobbed at the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) naka at Karan Nagar, which left at least six security personnel injured. While on one hand Pakistani troops resort to ceasefire violations to push groups of militants into Kashmir and raise the level of violence and besides these troops try to derail peace in Kashmir which is a disputed territory. This is the reason for hurling hand grenades and and bombs at vendors ,shopkeepers and CRPF camps to derail peace and it does allow Pakistan a chance to raise the Kashmir issue at the UN and with Washington and other countries with a hope that those countries may support Pakistan but hitherto, no country, except China, have supported Pakistan. This has embittered Islamabad and it s troops support terror groups which it exports to India and to Afghanistan. In the name of peace in Kashmir Pakistan threatens peace derailment in the world.
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