SRINAGAR (AFP) - Suspected freedom fighters hurled a grenade at a paramilitary vehicle on Tuesday in Kashmir, injuring two troops and four civilians and sending bystanders fleeing in panic, police said. The attackers lobbed the grenade at the vehicle in Pulwama town, south of Srinagar, when state Chief Minister Omar Abdullah was addressing a group of police officers nearby but his speech was not disrupted. The grenade injured three civilians and a woman and two paramilitary personnel, police superintendent Abdul Razak said. People ran for safety when they heard the blast, local resident Ayaz Ahmad Bhat told AFP. Security forces searched the area, looking for the freedom fighters.