Katra Incident: Big disclosure in Katra bus accident, fear of terrorist attack in NIA investigation
- New Delhi, May 14, 2022 Updated at 11:33 PM IST
A new revelation has come to light in the incident of fire in a bus carrying pilgrims in Katra, Jammu and Kashmir. A terrorist group named ‘Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Fighters’ (JKFF) has claimed responsibility for the attack. A bus carrying pilgrims caught fire in Jammu and Kashmir’s Katra on Saturday. 4 people died in this accident. A local bus number JK 14- 1831 going from Katra to Jammu caught fire near Kharmal, about 1.5 km from Katra. Soon after the accident, it was reported that the bus caught fire from the engine area. The fire soon engulfed the entire bus. In this incident, 2 persons died on the spot and 22 injured were sent to Katra for treatment. See full news.
A big revelation has been made in the Katra pilgrim bus incident. A terror group ‘JKFF Freedom Fighters’, has taken responsibility for the attack. A sticky bomb may have been used to carry out the attack on a bus packed with pilgrims in Katra, as per the sources. A team of the anti-terror probe agency National Investigation Agency, or NIA, visited the spot today and inspected the bus. Investigation is in the process. Watch this video for complete details.
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