Two Non Locals Shot and Injured in South Kashmir
“One of the injured, Surinder, has a bullet injury on the left side of his chest and has been referred to Srinagar’s SMHS hospital for advanced treatment, and the other, Dheraj Dutta, has injuries in the leg and is under treatment.”
SRINAGAR — Two non-locals were shot at and injured by militants in Litter area of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Sunday evening.
A Police official told KDC that the militants attacked the duo, both residents of Pathankot this evening. Immediately, he said, the duo, one of the drivers and another conductor of the poultry vehicle, was shifted to a sub-district hospital.
He said that one of the injured, Surinder, has a bullet injury on the left side of his chest and he has been referred to Srinagar’s SMHS hospital for advanced treatment.
Another Dheraj Dutta has injuries in the leg and is under treatment.
A case is being registered and massive searches are on to nab the attackers. (KDC)
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