Jammu bus attack: Who was the fourth person at the scene? An investigation by 11 teams of Army, Police and CRPF came up with this vital lead

Many people have died in terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir

Everyone is shocked after the terrorist attack in Reasi of Jammu and Kashmir. 9 lives have been lost in this cowardly act of terrorists. Meanwhile, the security forces have got an important lead during the investigation. Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha visited the hospitals and met the injured. Also convened a high-level meeting to ascertain the security situation and took updates from officials.

Terrorists fired on devotees in Riasi on Sunday. The bus was going from Shiv Khori temple to Katra’s mother Vaishno Devi temple. A bullet hit the driver, after which the bus went out of control and fell into a 200 feet deep ravine. In this incident, 9 people died and many were injured. All the injured have been shifted to hospitals in Jammu and Riasi, where they are undergoing treatment. Children are also among the dead.

Security forces got new clues

The strings of this attack are being linked to the Pakistani terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba. A large-scale search operation is being conducted to find the terrorists. Raees Mohammad Bhat, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Udhampur-Reasi range, says that he has got some clues. 11 teams of police, army and CRPF are working together in two different ways to eliminate the terrorists. Statements of those injured in the attack have been recorded.

The NIA is investigating the attack

Based on the statements of the injured pilgrims, officials say they have not ruled out the presence of a fourth person at the scene. In fact, the injured say that there was a fourth person at the scene who was helping the terrorists. The bus which was targeted by the terrorists was carrying pilgrims from Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Delhi. The investigation into the attack has been handed over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA). At the same time, the police, army and central intelligence agencies are conducting joint operations to track down the terrorists. Officials say several people have been detained for questioning and their questioning is ongoing.


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