One killed, five injured in Jammu blast

Published November 17, 2012

Indian soldiers in Kashmir. — Photo by AFP/File
Indian soldiers in Kashmir. — Photo by AFP/File

SRINAGAR: Indian police in Kashmir said on Saturday that a blast in a liquor shop has killed one person and wounded another five.

A police officer said a grenade is suspected to have been used in attack on the outskirts of Jammu, the winter capital of the Indian-administered Kashmir.

No one claimed responsibility for the blast.

On Thursday, gunmen fired into a liquor shop in Srinagar, killing one person.

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