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Indian farmer shot dead in firing by Nepal cops

IndiaTimes Friday, 5 March 2021
An Indian farmer was shot dead and another critically injured when Nepal police opened fire along the international border in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday evening. While the farmers’ families said they had only been sowing the season’s sugarcane crop, Nepal police reportedly said they were “smuggling drugs into the country”.
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