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Shabir’s brother, nephew injured in pellet firing at Bijbehara: Spokesman
SRINAGAR, Jun 18: A spokesman of Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) today alleged that paramilitary force deliberately targetted and fired pellets upon the brother and nephew of senior separatist leader Shabir Ahmad Shah near Bijbehara area.

According to party spokesperson, Syed Shah who is the brother of Shabir Shah and his son Arshid Shah were targetted by police and paramilitary force by firing several rounds of pellets on their vehicle while they were on way to Srinagar to meet Shabir Ahmad Shah and later for a medical checkup. They have been shifted to hospital for the treatment, spokesman said.

Meanwhile, a police spokesman in a statement said, “Apropos to a news being circulated on social networking sites, WhatsApp groups and on the news portals that some persons got injured after they were hit by pellets at Bijbehara, Anantnag today. District police authorities Anantnag have informed that no such incident has happened in Bijbehara. No tear smoke or pellet was fired in Bijbehara today it has informed further.”

News Updated at : Monday, June 19, 2017
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