Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorists attacked with grenade in Kulgam, one policeman martyred

Pankaj Prasad
Jammu Kashmir Grenade Attack
Jammu Kashmir Grenade Attack

Security has been tightened in Kashmir ahead of Independence Day celebrations and drones, snipers and policemen in plain clothes have been deployed for surveillance.

Jammu Kashmir Grenade Attack: Tight security arrangements have been made across the country for Independence Day. Meanwhile, big news is coming from Jammu and Kashmir. According to the information, terrorists attacked late night in Jammu and Kashmir. On Saturday night, terrorists attacked with a grenade in Kaimoh of Kulgam. A police personnel was martyred in this attack. By the time the security forces arrived after the attack, the terrorists had fled. The police is investigating the matter.

Security tightened ahead of Independence Day celebrations

Meanwhile, security has been tightened in Kashmir ahead of the Independence Day celebrations and drones, snipers and policemen in plain clothes have been deployed for surveillance. Information in this regard has been given by the officials. Police and paramilitary forces have been deployed at various places in the city and the Valley to thwart any attempt by the terrorists to disrupt the function. Policemen in plain clothes have been deployed around the venues of Independence Day celebrations to keep a watch on suspicious persons and vehicles and people are also being searched at several places in the Valley, the official said. The main Independence Day celebrations will be held at Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket Stadium and will be presided over by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha.

Jammu and Kashmir on the path of peace, development

Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Saturday said that Jammu and Kashmir is moving towards peace and development due to the sacrifices of security personnel and brave people like Maqbool Sherwani. He said that due to the sherwani, there was a delay in attacking the Pakistani attackers in Baramulla in 1947. The Pakistani attackers had asked Sherwani, a resident of Baramulla, to take them to the road to the Srinagar airport, but Sherwani misled them, due to which they were delayed in reaching the airport and the Indian Army had time to reach the airfield and secure it. found it. Angered by this, the attackers later killed Sherwani.