Three Civilian Injured In Kashmir Blast


In a dreadful incident, a mysterious blast happened outside an Army Camp in Baramulla district’s Sophore, which in result injured the three civilians. The three youths were injured in a blast that occurred today in the morning. The incident took place near an Army camp in the Pazalpora Hardshiva village of Sopore in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.  The blast took place on Sunday minutes after an Indian Army encounter finished off in the Tral district and results in the death of the two Hizb-ul-Mujahideen commanders.

According to the reports, one of the three injured civilians is said to be in a critical condition. No terror outfit took the responsibility of the explosion and the cause of the blast is yet to be discovered. The blast took place just after the Tral district Indian Army encounter. The DGP of JK Police SP Vaid said “We have killed 2 terrorists and one of them is a Pakistani. It was a joint operation by J&K police and security forces. Unfortunately, we lost a Jawan.”

The three injured in the blast have been identified as Sahil Rashid Lone, Shakir Hussain, and Aakash Reyaz. Whereas the reason for the blast remains mysterious, it is believed to have been a revengeful move for the killing of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists by the Indian security forces.  The Indian Army had launched a barricade and search in Tral at around 6:30 pm on Sunday on the basis of information of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) IN Srinagar. The area was sealed and security forces zeroed in on the house where the terrorists were killed.

The real reason behind this blast is yet to be discovered and neither has any terror outfit or community taken the responsibility for the terrible incident. We just hope that Indian Army finds the real culprits behind this dreadful incident as soon as possible. And we are hoping that the three injured civilian recovers fast.


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