Civilian injured in Kupwara cross border shelling succumbs

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KUPWARA — A 40-year-old civilian who was injured in a cross border shelling along the line of control (LOC) in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district succumbed to his injures this evening.

An official said that a civilian identified as Mohammad Arif son of Alif Din of Shamaspura Baghbela Karnah succumbed to his injures at Kupwara hospital this evening.

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The officer, however, said the other five persons who were injured in cross border shelling at LoC Kupwara are said to be stable.

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A police officer also confirmed about the death of one civilian.

Pertinently, On Friday, Indo-Pak armies exchanged gunfire along LoC in Kupwara, resulting in injuries to at least six civilians who were shifted to Kupwara hospital for treatment.

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