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Army man shot dead in Pulwama village, forces lunch searches

Srinagar, March 13 : A 25-year old Army man was shot dead by suspected militants at Pingleena village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Wednesday afternoon.

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Reports reaching said that the soldier Ashiq Hussain of Jakli son of Mohd Yousuf Naik was shot at by the masked gunmen beleived to be militants outside his home at Naik Mohalla in Pingleena village this afternoon.

A police officer while confirming it told  that the soldier was immediately evacuated to nearby by hospital where doctors declared him brought dead on arrival.

Soon after the incident a joint team of army and SOG launched a cordon-and-search operation in the area to nab the assailants. (GNS)

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