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Police statement on Kulgam incident where 3 BJP workers were killed

Srinagar Oct 29: According to a police statement today at about 2020 hours Kulgam Police received information about a terror crime incident at village Y.K.Pora where militants had fired upon three BJP workers. Senior police officers reached at the terror crime spot. 
“Preliminary investigation revealed that militants fired upon three BJP workers identified as Fida Hussain Yatoo son of Ghulam Ahmad Yatoo resident of Y.K.Pora (BJP District Youth General secretary), Umer Rashid Beigh son of Abdul Rasheed Beigh resident of Sophat Devsar (BJP worker) and Umer Ramzan Hajam son of Mohd Ramzan resident of Y.K.Pora (BJP worker) at Eidgah Y.K.Pora due to which they got injured. They were shifted to nearby hospital for treatment where they were declared as brought dead,” the statement issued to news agency KINS reads. The statement says that police has registered a case in this regard under relevant sections of law. “Investigation is in progress and officers continue to work to establish the full circumstances of this terror crime. Area has been cordoned off and search in the area is going on.”

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