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Watch: Indian national killed in firing by Nepal police; one missing

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Watch: Indian national killed in firing by Nepal police; one missing

Watch: Indian national killed in firing by Nepal police; one missing

An Indian national was killed after being fired at by Nepal police.

According to the police in Pilibhit, three Indian nationals had gone to Nepal where they reportedly got into an argument with the police.

One man was injured and was admitted to the hospital where he succumbed to injuries.

The police also said that one of the three men had returned to India while another was missing.

Watch the full video for all the details.


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