Militants in army uniforms attack police station in Gurdaspur
Live bombs found on rail tracks in between Dinanagar and Pathankot
School, Colleges closed in Gurdaspur
Suspected terrorists early Monday fired indiscriminately in Punjab’s Dinanagar town in the frontier district of Gurdaspur, leaving at least three people killed and five injured. The terrorists were reportedly dressed in army uniforms and were traveling in a Maruti Alto car when they attacked the bus stand, which is near the Jammu border, the Dinanagar district of Punjab at about 5.30 am, reports CNN IBN.
Dinanagar town is close to the Jammu and Kashmir border. The terrorists fired at people near the Dinanagar bus stand and then attacked the Dinanagar police station. Five live bombs have also been found on a railway track between Dinanagar and Pathankot.
So far there have been reports of one casualty while at least ten people, including seven civilians and three policemen, have been injured in the attack. According to TV reports, there are four armed terrorists who are currently holed up inside the Gurdaspur police station even as an encounter is underway.