Jammu and Kashmir: Man succumbs to injuries in Srinagar grenade attack
Srinagar, Nov 8 (UNI) A man who was critically injured in a grenade attack in summer capital Srinagar on Monday, succumbed at the hospital on Friday.
With this, the death toll has risen to two in the grenade blast that left 37 people injured.
Official sources told UNI that Rinku Singh, a resident of Uttar Pradesh was killed and 38 people were injured in the grenade attack by militants at busy Hari Singh High Street (HSHS) in Srinagar on Monday.
One of the injured identified as Fayaz Ahamad Khan, after battling his life for four days succumbed at SMHS hospital on Friday morning, they added.
This was the fourth grenade attack in the city during last over a month and first since Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh officially came into existence on October 31.