Three Jammu and Kashmir residents were Sunday injured in an attack by Houthi rebels in Jazan province of Saudi Arabia, a media report said.
The injured have been identified as Munir Ahmed, Saghir Ahmed and Waleed Ahmed, reported Saudi Gazette.
Greater Kashmir couldn't immediately find out the addresses of the injured Kashmiris.
It said one Indian national, Vishnu, who worked at a cell phone shop in Samta city was killed while six other people were injured in the attack.
He was a resident of southern Indian state of Kerala.
The three other injured hail from Egypt and Yemen.