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Rajouri Terrorist Attack: Blast Near Victim’s House. Child Dead, 5 Injured. Protest Held

According to the police official, one child has succumbed to injuries. Five people were injured, one critical.

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New Delhi: In the latest developments related to the terrorist attack in Jammu And Kashmir’s Rajouri, a blast occurred near the house of the victim of yesterday’s firing incident in Upper Dangri village, as reported by the news agency ANI. According to the police official, one child has succumbed to injuries. Five people were injured, one critical.

Here Are The Top Developments:

A blast occurred near the house of the victim of yesterday’s firing incident in Rajouri’s Upper Dangri village in which four civilians were killed and six others were injured.

A blast occurred near the house of the victim of yesterday’s firing incident in Rajouri’s Upper Dangri village. One child has succumbed to injuries. Five persons were injured, one critical. Another suspected IED was spotted which is being cleared, ANI quoted ADGP Mukesh Singh as saying.

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People were seen protesting at Main Chowk in Dangri, Rajouri over the killing of 4 civilians by terrorists in Upper Dangri village on Sunday, ANI reported.

“District administration has failed. Our demand is that LG Manoj Sinha should come here and listen to our demands,” says a local as quoted by ANI.

Jammu and Kashmir LG Macondemna condemn the terror attack in Rajouri.

The office of LG has announced an ex-gratia of Rs 10 lakh and a Govt job would be given to the next of kin of each of those civilians martyred in a dastardly attack. Seriously injured would be given Rs.1 lakh.

Four civilians were killed and six others injured in a suspected terrorist attack in a village of Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.

The attack on civilians took place at upper Dangri villakilometerseight kilometers from Rajouri town, Additional Director General of Police, Jammu zone, Mukesh Singh was quoted by news agency PTI as saying.

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