Wine Shop Attack Case Cracked, 5 Arrested: Police

SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir Police said on Thursday that it has cracked the wine shop attack case in which four militants and one Lashkar-e-Taiba associate have been arrested.

On May 17, a wine shop in Baramulla town was attacked in which one person was killed and three injured.

Vijay Kumar, Inspector General of POlice (Kashmir) said that the police has cracked the case of recent attack on wine shop in Baramulla town.

“Four militants and one associate of LeT outfit have been arrested,” he said.

“Five pistols, 23 grenades and explosives were recovered. This terror module was involved in several incidents in Baramulla. Investigation is going on.”

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