A car was completely damaged in a blast on Srinagar-Jammu highway in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday.
The blast took place in a car moving towards Jammu from Srinagar today morning at Tethar, around seven kilometres from the Banihal town.
The explosion is believed to be a cylinder blast. No casualties have been reported so far, said a police official.
J&K: More visuals from Banihal, Ramban where an explosion occurred in a car. CRPF sources say ‘prima facie blast in the car seems to be a cylinder explosion, CRPF convoy was at a significant distance from explosion site, does not appear to be an attack. Investigations on.’ pic.twitter.com/u7pN6ckaFy
— ANI (@ANI) March 30, 2019
He said a CRPF vehicle was also moving on the highway when the blast took place. The rear windshield of the CRPF vehicle was damaged in the explosion.