JK Juvenile Board rejects medical reports suggesting Jammu grenade blast accused as ‘adult’

Two people had died and 29 suffered injuries in the grenade blast at Jammu bus stand on March 7.
Policemen gather at the scene of a grenade blast in Jammu on Thursday, February 7. Mir Imran/GK
Policemen gather at the scene of a grenade blast in Jammu on Thursday, February 7. Mir Imran/GK

Juvenile Board of Jammu and Kashmir has rejected medical reports suggesting that the teenager allegedly involved in a grenade attack in Jammu last week was an "adult", officials said on Wednesday.

The board has sought for all school records of theaccused which it suspects to be a minor.

The officials said that the reports of the bone andteeth test conducted on the accused showed that his age was around 19 years andit had sought 10 days of remand which was rejected by the board.

The Juvenile Board asked the police to submit allrelevant documents from the school after which a decision would be taken, theysaid.

Two people had died and 29 suffered injuries in thegrenade blast at Jammu bus stand on March 7.

Police said the south Kashmir resident was nabbedimmediately after he allegedly threw the grenade.

The 'teenager' is the eldest among three children.Son of a painter, he was studying in class 9.

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