Responsibility for the attack was claimed by a Pakistani extremist group “Lashkar-e-Taiba”.
Two attackers died in the shootout.
The government of India has ordered an investigation into the attack on the bus with the police in Kashmir, which killed eight people.
The Minister of defence Manohar Panikkar said that the authorities intend to set, not allowed whether the security failures that made the attack possible.
Militants on 25 June attacked a bus carrying policemen on a highway near the city of Pampura 15 kilometers from Srinagar.
Two attackers died in the shootout. The responsibility was claimed by a Pakistani extremist group “Lashkar-e-Taiba”.
As reported by the Indian media, the authorities sent in the Kashmir valley a few armored vehicles to protect personnel based there.
Grouping “Lashkar-e-Taiba”, recognized in several countries as a terrorist, advocates the creation of an Islamic state in South Asia. She is responsible for the attack on Mumbai in 2008, which killed more than 160 people.