SRINAGAR: at the least 25 high school college students have been injured via an explosion of their school room in India-held Kashmir on Wednesday, police and medics stated.

The blast came about in a 10th grade lecture room in a college in Kakapora place, stated senior police officer S.P. Pani.

He stated police have been investigating the explosive and the way it got into the school room.

Medics at hospitals stated they treated at least 25 injured students, and that most had been discharged. They stated none had life-threatening injuries.

“We heard a blast and we idea an electrical transformer had blown up. Unexpectedly we saw college students crying and calling out for help,” school principal Javaid Ahmed told journalists.

“We had been studying and all of a surprising there was an explosion and we ran out and i saw my legs bleeding,” said Faisal Ahmad, sixteen.

Witnesses did now not document any clash before the blast inside the study room at the Falah-i-Millat non-public faculty.

published in sunrise, February 14th, 2019