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Kulgam terror attack: Families of BJP workers Fida Hussain, Umer Ramzan in deep shock

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Kulgam terror attack: Families of BJP workers Fida Hussain, Umer Ramzan in deep shock

Kulgam terror attack: Families of BJP workers Fida Hussain, Umer Ramzan in deep shock

Last rites of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) worker Fida Hussain performed in J-K's Kulgam on Oct 30.

His family was in deep shock after his sad demise during terror attack.

The mortal remains of BJP worker Umer Ramzan Hajam also brought to his residence.

Three Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers were killed in J-K's Kulgam on October 29 after terrorists opened fire at them.


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Kulgam Kulgam Town in Jammu and Kashmir, India

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