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16-year-old boy injured in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in JandK's Poonch

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16-year-old boy injured in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in JandK's Poonch

16-year-old boy injured in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in JandK's Poonch

A 16-year-old boy injured in firing by Pakistan as it violated ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir.

The incident took place in Shahpur, Mendhar area of Poonch on January 11.

The boy was later brought to the district hospital for the treatment.

He was also given a financial assistance of Rs 5000 by Red Cross in the district.


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