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2008 CRPF camp attack: 2 Pak nationals among 4 to hang

IndiaTimes Saturday, 2 November 2019
A local court in Rampur awarded capital punishment to four men, including two Pakistani nationals, for the attack on a CRPF camp in Rampur in 2008 in which seven jawans of the paramilitary force & a civilian were killed. ​​​The 4 convicts include Imran Shahzad, a resident of Bhimhar in PoK; Mohammad Farooq, a resident of Kangriwala area in Pak’s Gujranwala.
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