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Youth shot dead in south Kashmir’s Tral


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Pulwama: Unknown gunmen on Monday shot dead a youth in Tral area of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

Reports said that Mohsin Ahmed Wani, son of Ghulam Ahmad Wani was shot at in Reshipora area of Tral this evening.

They said that the 25-year-old sustained bullet injury in his neck following which he was rushed to sub-district hospital Tral where he succumbed.

Meanwhile forces cordoned off the area to nab the attackers.

Pertainally this is third such incident reported in parts of South Kashmir since past one week.

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