New Delhi: At least four people were on Friday injured in a knife attack in Paris. The incident took place near the former offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a report by AFP said.Also Read - Cairn Energy Gets French Court Order to Seize 20 Indian Government Properties in Paris
Two of the injured are known to be in a critical condition. Also Read - First Cases of Indian COVID Variant Detected in France, Confirms French Govt
The investigation was opened into attempted murder in relation with a terrorist enterprise, according to an official at the prosecutor’s office. Also Read - Former Adidas Owner Bernard Taupie, Wife Tied up, Beaten in Late Night Robbery at Home
One suspect has been arrested.
It is unclear what motivated the attack or whether it was linked to Charlie Hebdo, whose offices were hit by a deadly Islamic extremist attack in 2015.
(With PTI inputs)