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18 Nov 2018 | 12:31 PM UTC

India: At least three killed in grenade attack in Punjab Nov. 18

At least three people killed in grenade attack against Sikh festival in Punjab on November 18



At least three people were killed and 20 more wounded during a grenade attack in the village of Adliwal (Punjab state) on Sunday, November 18. According to local sources, unidentified gunmen threw a grenade at a crowd of people during a Sikh religious festival before escaping on motorbikes. An investigation to identify the assailants is currently ongoing. A heightened security presence is to be anticipated in the area in the coming days. 


Individuals present in India are advised to be vigilant at all times, keep a low profile, and avoid crowds, public places, and public gatherings (often targeted in terrorist attacks). Adhere to any instructions issued by local security forces.

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