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Terrorist responsible for death of minor in Kashmir killed in an encounter

IndiaTimes Friday, 3 July 2020
The militant responsible for the death of an eight-year-old boy in the Bijbehara attack last week was killed Thursday night in Srinagar. Thursday night's encounter in which Zahid Daas was killed at Malbagh area of Srinagar also resulted in the death of a CRPF soldier. Daas's attack on a road opening party of CRPF in Bijbehara had resulted in the death of Nihan Yawar (8).
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Bijbehara Bijbehara Town in Jammu and Kashmir, India

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