According to the Times of India, at least 28 people were injured in a grenade attack on the 7th bus stop in Jammu, India. The doctor said that all the injured were hospitalized for treatment, and five of them were seriously injured.
The report quoted police sources as saying that the grenade was placed under a bus parked at a bus stop. A local official said that most of the injured were bus drivers and ticket sellers. It is not clear whether there is anyone in the bus.
A senior police officer told the Asian News Agency (IANS) that the grenade might have been placed under a parked bus around 11:30 am local time.
The police are dealing with all the clues, we are collecting evidence, we will catch them (suspects), a police officer told reporters.
ANI also quoted eyewitnesses as saying that I thought the tires exploded and it was a big bang. The locals used an ambulance to take the injured to the hospital.
India's New Delhi TV station mentioned that this is the third time since May last year that terrorists have made grenade attacks at bus stops in the area.