Terror in India: 18 injured by Muslim terrorists in grenade attack at bus stop in Kashmir
BREAKING: At least two people were in critical condition among 18 civilians injured by Muslim terrorists in a grenade attack at a busy Jammu bus stop in Kashmir. The grenade reportedly went off under a bus.
The injured were immediately rushed to the hospital.
The police have cordoned off the area and a massive manhunt for the terrorists is underway.
Tensions between India and Pakistan, which helps Muslim terrorists move into Kashmir and carry out terror attacks, have reached a boiling point after India carried out air strikes on the biggest Jaish-e-Mohammed terror group training camp at Balakot inside Pakistan, eliminating a large number of Muslim terrorists.
The strikes followed a suicide bomb attack on February 14, in which a Muslim terrorist rammed a car bomb into a paramilitary convoy in Awantipora murdering 40 Central Reserve Police Force personnel and wounding several others, in deadliest terror attack for Indian security forces in Kashmir in two decades.