Baramulla, May 17: A 35-year-old man, who was injured in a grenade attack in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, succumbed to his injuries at hospital on Tuesday evening, officials said.
Pertinently, four persons were injured after terrorists lobbed a grenade towards a newly established wine shop, located at Dewan Bagh area in Baramulla district.
Officials said that the injured were rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment, however, one among them identified as 35-year-old Ravi Kumar from Kathua has succumbed to his injuries.
The injured have been identified as Govinder Singh of Kathua, Ranjet Singh and Govind Singh—both from Rajouri district of Jammu division.
Meanwhile, the search operation has been launched in the area to nab the attackers.
Moreover, police in a tweet also confirmed the death of one injured, saying that the terrorists lobbed a hand grenade inside a newly opened wine shop in Baramulla and said that the area has been cordoned.
“Terrorists lobbed hand grenade inside a newly opened wine shop in Baramulla. O4 employees got injured. One among them succumbed to his injuries. All are from Jammu division. Area cordoned and search started to nab culprits,” Kashmir Zone Police tweeted. (KNO)