3 more non-locals shot by terrorists in Kashmir
Hindustan Times|October 18, 2021
Two non-local labourers were gunned down by terrorists in Wanpoh area of Kulgam district on Sunday evening, as killings of civilians -- 11 have been killed in October -- continued in Jammu and Kashmir.

SRINAGAR: Another grievously wounded labourer was being treated for multiple injuries.

All three hailed from outside the Union Territory. The terrorists fired indiscriminately on a group of people, killing two and injuring one, a police spokesperson said soon after the attack.

Raja Reshi and Joginder Reshi from Bihar died on the spot. Chun Chun Reshi Das, also from Bihar, sustained multiple injuries and was being treated at the Government Medical College in Anantnag.

The incident on Sunday was the third attack on non-locals in Kashmir in two days. A street vendor from Bihar was killed in the Eidgah area of Srinagar on Saturday evening. A carpenter from Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh was killed at Litter in Pulwama district on the same day.

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