- Some terrorists attacked a bus carrying armed police personnel near Srinagar on Monday.
- Later, terror outfit named 'Kashmir Tigers' took responsibility for the attack.
- At least 2 jawans were martyred in the attack.
A terror outfit named 'Kashmir Tigers' on Monday claimed responsibility for the brutal attack on a bus with armed police forces. At least 2 died in the attack. The outfit has claimed that at least 15 personnel from the Indian Reserve Police were martyred in the attack. 'Kashmir Tigers' has warned that this is not the final attack.
"Freedom fighters of Kashmir Tigers ambushed the buses carrying Indian reserve police stooges in zehwan area of Central Kashmir Srinagar. In this lightning strike, 15 IRP stooges neutralized while more than a dozen stooges critically injured".
The outfit claimed that the attack was a tribute to "all the martyrs of the Kashmir resistance".
"The strike is an answer to for the occupational regime and their stooges for the atrocities they were carrying against innocent civilians", the statement said.