(Observer's news) A hand grenade explosion occurred at a bus stop on Thursday (7th) in India's Kashmiri district, killing 18 people.
According to the Lianhe Zaobao reported on March 7, local police officials told reporters that the grenade was believed to have been thrown into the incident site and caused an explosion after rolling into a bus, causing about 18 injuries.
In addition, this Tuesday (5th), a Pakistani Ministry of Interior spokesperson said that Pakistan has preventively detained 44 people related to the "Mumu Mud Army (JeM), including Masood Aiqihar. The close relatives Mufti Abdur Rauf and Hammad Azhar.
It is understood that this grenade attack was another explosion after the attack on the 14th of last month. At that time, the Indian Central Reserve Police Force team was bombed in India-controlled Kashmir, killing 45 people. The terrorist organization in Pakistan, Jaish-e-Mohammed, claimed that they had placed bombs.
Since then, the tension between India and Pakistan has been upgraded to this day.