One Indian policeman was killed and three others were injured Tuesday when suspected militants fired a grenade at their camp in India-controlled Kashmir, police said.
The attack was carried out on a camp of special operations group (SOG) of local police around 15:20 local time in Imamsahib village of Shopian, 58 kilometers south of Srinagar city, the region's summer capital.
"One policeman was killed and three others including one Central Reserve Police Force trooper were injured when militants fired a grenade at our station," said Mohammed Yaqoob, Deputy Superintendent of Police in Shopian.
All the injured have been removed to the hospital for treatmentfollowing the attack.
The grenade attack caused panic among the people as policemen fired in air to chase away the attackers.
So far, no militant organization has claimed the responsibility of the grenade attacks in the region.
The police and paramilitary troopers have cordoned off the area and launched a manhunt to nab the suspected militants.