Tourist vehicle driver killed in blast outside Botanical Garden in Srinagar, TRF takes responsibility

Srinagar | Blast Near Botanical Garden Srinagar: The minibus driver was killed when a cylinder exploded outside the Botanical Garden in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar. The blast, which took place under suspicious circumstances, is being seen from the point of view of terrorist act. At the same time, the terrorist organization ‘The Resistance Front’ (TRF) has taken the responsibility of this incident. It is said to be linked to the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba. The FSL team is probing the incident and the vehicle is also being investigated.

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Was taken to the hospital, but could not be saved

Blast Near Botanical Garden Srinagar: According to the information received by the police officials, the explosion probably took place due to the failure of cylinder or other pressure device. However, investigation is on to find out the real reasons behind this incident. It has come to the fore in the information that as soon as the rear door of the vehicle was opened, there was a loud explosion and the driver sitting in it was seriously injured. He was immediately taken to the hospital, but could not be saved. Other investigative agencies including the state police are on active mode regarding this incident.

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Let us tell you that terrorist incidents have increased once again in Jammu and Kashmir and terrorists also attacked CRPF personnel on Monday in which one jawan was martyred, while one was injured. Apart from this, terrorists shot two people from Bihar in Pulwama. On the other hand, on Wednesday, the security forces have killed two terrorists in an encounter in Tral, Awantipora of the state.

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