He has been identified as Yasir Javed Bhat alias Aarhan of Khanpura Dasin. "We are chasing all leads", he added.
A Class 9 student accused of throwing a grenade at a bus stand in Jammu on Thursday carried the weapon in his lunch box and concealed it under dry rice, police sources told NDTV.
Seventeen-year-old Md Sharik, a resident of Uttarakhand's Haridwar, succumbed to his injuries, the Jammu IGP MK Sinha tweeted.
One of the injured later died during treatment at the hospital, an officer at the regional police headquarters told AFP.
It came weeks after a suicide attack against security forces that triggered tensions between India and Pakistan. Forensic experts were also called in to lift evidence. One injured person is said to be critically injured, said reports. You can see their blood on the spot.
"So far 28 persons were brought with splinter injuries". In May 2018, three policemen and a civilian were wounded in a similar grenade attack on the bus stand. We waited for some time and then went to their rescue.
Andrew Bogut nearing a return to the National Basketball Association from native Australia's NBL
Semifinal - Men's Semifinal Australia v Serbia - Carioca Arena 1 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 19/8/2016. Reports emerged on Monday that the Golden State Warriors were reuniting with center Andrew Bogut .
"The attack was clearly meant to disturb the state's internal peace".
Sinha said the police were questioning the suspect in the Jammu attack.
CCTV clips were flashed to all police stations of Jammu and the terrorist was arrested at the Ban toll post in Nagrota on the Jammu-Srinagar highway.
Jammu: A powerful explosion occurred at the main bus stand in the heart of Jammu on Thursday around noon, police said.
The first leads in the blast case suggest Bhat came in a private auto from the Valley on Wednesday evening and took the Srinagar-Jammu highway, with just one-way traffic from Jammu to Srinagar allowed due to landslides.