Suspected militants fire at police party in Srinagar
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Suspected militants on Sunday opened fire on a police party when it asked the vehicle they were travelling in to stop. The militants managed to escape.
On Sunday evening, the police had laid a barricade at Kanipora on the outskirts of Srinagar city. As the policemen asked a vehicle to stop, the suspected militants in the car lobbed a grenade. The grenade didn't explode. The militants, however, managed to escape after firing some shots at the policemen.
No one was injured in the shootout.
Meanwhile, Hizbul Mujahideen has announced a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh to the militants who killed four policemen at Hygam in Sopore on Friday.
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