Indian troops attack police station in IHK
12 September, 2012
SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir, Indian troopers attacked a railway police station in Kathua and injured six policemen.
Troopers with weapons led by an Indian Army Colonel, attacked the police station at Janglote area of the district.
The Army men, numbering 35, belong to the 225 field regiment.
The reason for the attack was apparently an argument between one of the Army personnel and a railway policeman.
The trooper was heading home on leave. He went back to the base and informed his colleagues and superiors, who then attacked the police station.