Qazigund Grenade Attack: SSP Kulgam Said News Is False

Qazigund Grenade Attack: SSP Kulgam said – The news of the grenade attack is false, and action will be taken against those spreading rumors.

Terrorists lobbed a grenade near the Dak Bungalow located in the Qazigund area of ​​the Kulgam district of Kashmir. After this attack, the terrorists fled there.

Thankfully, the terrorists had hurled the grenade at the Dak Bungalow which exploded just before its target.

Police have launched a search operation to nab the terrorists. No one was injured in this grenade attack.

Meanwhile, the SSP of Kulgam says that there has been no grenade attack in Qazigund. Wrong information has been shared on internet media.

He appealed to the people not to pay heed to rumors. He warned that anyone found guilty of spreading rumors will be dealt with strictly.

Yasin Malik Case:  Kashmir is completely calm, there is hustle and bustle in the markets like on normal days, and security arrangements tightened

The situation in the Kashmir Valley returned to normal on Thursday, a day after terrorist commander Yasin Malik was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Shops remained closed only in Maisuma, adjacent to Lal Chowk.

Meanwhile, 10 stone pelters involved in anti-national sloganeering and stone pelting have also been arrested by the police after the terrorist commander was sentenced in court on Wednesday.

Their kingpin is absconding and to nab him, his hideouts are being continuously raided. As a precaution, the administration maintained tight security arrangements throughout the valley.

Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Yasin Malik has been sentenced to life imprisonment by a Delhi court in the terror funding case.

After his sentence of Malik, some people in Maisuma came out violence.

Meanwhile, the administration had also suspended internet service in various parts of the Valley as a precautionary measure to keep the situation normal and to control rumors.

Today the situation in the entire plaintiff was completely normal. No procession took place anywhere in support of terrorist commander Yasin Malik.

Shops were seen closed only around Malik’s house in Maisuma, all other shops remained open as usual.

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