CRPF personnel got injured in IED blast in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir


As we all know that the tensions between India and China are on another platform, in between all this we are having increasing problems with terrorist attacks and neighboring nation Pakistan as well. According to the reports, on July 5th, 2020 terrorists planned to attack CRPF convoy at a circular road in a Gangoo area through an IED blast. But the plans of the terrorists got failed as the Indian nation already came to know about all this.

Sources have informed that a CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) personnel got injured on Sunday just because of this low-intensity IED blast. CRPF personnel is having very minor injuries in his hands. The IED blast took place in the Gangoo area of Pulwama district in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. From the reports, it is very much clear and known that firing ensued after the blast took place in the area. But still, there are no reports regarding arrest at the time of filing copy.

Probing further, after the blast took place in the area the entire area was cordoned and a search was started to nab the terrorists as sources are saying that many terrorists have entered that particular place. After this IED blast, the police force found one another IED in that area only but it was defused by them. Sources are saying that this was a lower intensity blast but they may have planned something more serious as well. Moreover, just after the explosion, a convoy of CRPF jawans passed from their area, and firing by CRPF also took place but this created hassle and panic in the area.

Police of Kashmir tweeted that low-intensity blast took place, one CRPF personnel injured, injuries in hand but is stable. Search operations have also been launched in the area. You just have to stay connected to have more updates on the tensions of India-China, terrorist attacks, and many more.

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