Terrorist opens fire and injures civilian in J & K’s Shopian: Police


Police cordoned off the attack zone (representation)

Shopian (Jammu and Kashmir):

Terrorists opened fire on a civilian in Shopian in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday, police said. The area has been cordoned off and searches are underway.

Police identified the civilian who is a trader and a resident of Dangerpora Chitragam Kalan.

Police said the civilian was shot in the leg and rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment, where his condition is believed to be stable.

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‚ÄúToday at approximately 9.45pm, Shopian police received information about a terrorist crime incident in the Chitragam Kalan neighborhood of Shopian where terrorists had shot a civilian. Senior police officers reached the scene of the terrorist crime. “, according to the statement released by the JK. the police read.

“The preliminary investigation revealed that terrorists shot a civilian identified as Jeever Hameed Bhat (trader by profession) son of Ab Hameed Bhat resident of Chitragam Shopian. In this terrorist incident, he was shot in the leg . He was evacuated to a nearby hospital for treatment where his condition would be stable, “he said.

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A case has been registered in the case and an investigation into the case is ongoing.