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Man critically injured in bear attack in Poonch

Poonch, June 18 : A 36-year-old man was critically injured on Tuesday after a wild bear attacked him in Dooke Chatta Pani along the Mughal road in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.

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The injured was identified as Mohd Ayoub (36) son of Mohd Qasim of Bhunikheit, Bufliaz.

An official said that Ayoub was attacked when he was grazing his cattle in the forest area. He said that the injured was shifted to PHC Buffliaz for treatment.

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