New Delhi: The menace of IED and bombs are growing day by day in Jammu and Kashmir than in Naxal dominated regions of the country, according to a report.
The report said Jammu and Kashmir has seen a steady increase in IED blasts and other bombing incidents over the last five years.
According to the report, the state which is sharing border with both Pakistan and China has witnessed a total of 37 incidents of bombing (improvised explosive device and explosive ordnance triggered) in 2014.
These incidents grew to 46 in 2015, 69 in 2016, 70 in 2017 and as high as 117 during the last year.
The report in this context was presented by the National Bomb Data Centre (NBDC) of the NSG during a two-day international conference in Delhi.