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Two women wounded in Imphal grenade attack

IANS  |  Imphal 

Two women were wounded when suspected insurgents lobbed a Chinese-made hand grenade inside a pharmacy at Thangal market here on Wednesday, police said.

The unidentified assailants escaped before police could rush to the spot.

Hospital sources said the women, customers at the shop, were stable and out of danger.

Police suspect the grenade attack was carried out as a warning after the pharmacy owner did not cough up money despite an extortion demand.

Almost all shops and pharmacies here get extortion threats from some armed groups.

--IANS

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Two women wounded in Imphal grenade attack

Two women were wounded when suspected insurgents lobbed a Chinese-made hand grenade inside a pharmacy at Thangal market here on Wednesday, police said.

Two women were wounded when suspected insurgents lobbed a Chinese-made hand grenade inside a pharmacy at Thangal market here on Wednesday, police said.

The unidentified assailants escaped before police could rush to the spot.

Hospital sources said the women, customers at the shop, were stable and out of danger.

Police suspect the grenade attack was carried out as a warning after the pharmacy owner did not cough up money despite an extortion demand.

Almost all shops and pharmacies here get extortion threats from some armed groups.

--IANS

il/ssp/vd

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Two women wounded in Imphal grenade attack

Two women were wounded when suspected insurgents lobbed a Chinese-made hand grenade inside a pharmacy at Thangal market here on Wednesday, police said.

The unidentified assailants escaped before police could rush to the spot.

Hospital sources said the women, customers at the shop, were stable and out of danger.

Police suspect the grenade attack was carried out as a warning after the pharmacy owner did not cough up money despite an extortion demand.

Almost all shops and pharmacies here get extortion threats from some armed groups.

--IANS

il/ssp/vd

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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