One person was killed and 17 were injured when a grenade exploded at a bus terminal in India's restive state of Jammu and Kashmir, police said.
Jammu police chief M.K. Sinha told reporters that the grenade was lobbed at the bus stand, and the explosion left "approximately 18" people injured.
"CCTV camera footage was examined after the blast and based on the footage and oral testimony of witnesses we were able to identify a suspect".
Jammu is the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir.
MoS Defence Subhash Bhamre on grenade explosion at #Jammu bus stand: Local investigation has been initiated into the incident. While two policemen and a civilian were injured in grenade attack at general bus stand on May 24 past year, another grenade was hurled at a local police post in the area in December by some unidentified people.
The injured are being shifted to the Jammu's Government Medical College.
Jammu: A powerful explosion occurred at the main bus stand in the heart of Jammu on Thursday around noon, police said.
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As per latest reports, one injured person has succumbed to injuries.
The area has been cordoned off by the security personnel.
"At first, we thought it was a tyre burst".
"The injured have been taken to the GMC hospital", he added.
A parked bus of the state road transport corporation (SRTC) suffered extensive damage in the blast which caused panic among the people.
Most Kashmiris support the rebels' demand that the territory be united either under Pakistani rule or as an independent country, while also participating in civilian street protests against Indian control.