Grenade explosion in Indian-held Kashmir injures 18
Four in critical condition after grenade rolls under bus at main station in Jammu
A policeman stands guard at the site of a grenade blast in Jammu, Kashmir. Photograph:Mukesh Gupta/Reuters
At least 18 people have been injured by a grenade blast at a bus station in the Indian-controlled section of Kashmir.
Police said the grenade was hurled at the main bus station in Jammu and that it rolled beneath a bus, where it exploded.
The injured were taken to hospital, including at least four who were in a critical condition.
Police said they are investigating who was responsible.
In the past, Indian authorities have blamed rebels fighting against Indian rule in the disputed region for similar grenade attacks.