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Kashmiri youth dies in UP, Police starts investigation, Family unaware

With communication blocked a family in Kashmir is unaware about the death of their son in UP this evening.

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Reports said a 25 year old Farhat Ahmed resident of Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal District on Friday died in Utter Pradesh state where he was pursuing education.

Police in this regard has started investigation.

Pertainally, It had been 33 days since the unprecedented communication lockdown in Jammu and Kashmir following the abrogation of Article 370 by the BJP government.

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