SRINAGAR (AFP) Suspected freedom fighters blew up part of the railway connecting Baramulla town in the north with the southern town of Qazigund in Kashmir on Thursday, the spokesman said. The track was targeted near Kakapora village, about 40 kilometres south of Srinagar. Two to three metres of railway track were damaged by the blast caused by an improvised explosive device (IED), the spokesman said. The train service was restored Friday afternoon, he said. It is the first time that Mujahideen have targeted rail traffic in Kashmir. There were no casualties as trains are not permitted to run beyond 6:00 pm in the occupied valley. The track was inaugurated in October 2008.