A terrorist attack has once again happened in Jammu and Kashmir. Terrorists hurled grenades at security forces in the Ali Masjid Idgah area of Srinagar. According to the latest information, a civilian and a policeman have been injured in an attack. Target killings and attacks on common people have increased significantly in Kashmir for the past few days.
According to the information, the policeman was on leave. According to official sources, suspected terrorists hurled a grenade near CRPF’s 161 Battalion camp, injuring a policeman and a civilian. The civilian injured in the attack has been identified as Ejaz Ahmed Bhat (41), a resident of Hawal. While the name of the policeman is Sajjad Ahmed Bhat, who is a resident of Narwara Idgah. Both have been admitted to SHMS Hospital. It is being told that the civilian has suffered an injury on his face while the policeman has suffered injuries in his hands and feet.
Continuing Terrorist Attacks
For some time now, terrorists are engaged in targeting civilians in the valley. Target killing has increased here. The civilian was again targeted last Monday. He was admitted to the hospital after the attack. But he died during treatment. According to the police, this attack took place in an area of old Srinagar.
Kashmiri Pandit was Threatened
The person who was killed was a staff of Kashmiri Pandit Sandeep Mawa. Mawa told that he was warned that he should leave the shop and leave. He told that he had received a call from the police and was informed about the possible attack. Mawa told that after closing the shop early in the evening, his salesman got into the car. But he was shot. It is believed that perhaps the terrorists had mistaken him for Mawa.
The Central Government Took a Big Decision
Amidst the continuous attacks in Kashmir, the army has been running a search operation for a long time. Meanwhile, the central government has also taken a big decision. Five additional companies of CRPF will be deployed in the Valley to strengthen the security arrangements. For the past few days, 25 companies have already been sent to Jammu and Kashmir after the killings of common people.