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Mentally challenged man killed in firing

ANANTNAG: A mentally challenged man from Kulgam was shot dead by the Army outside its camp in Shopian on Saturday while he was trying to trespass into the camp, said the police.

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ANANTNAG: A mentally challenged man from Kulgam was shot dead by the Army outside its camp in Shopian on Saturday while he was trying to trespass into the camp, said the police. He has been identified as Rayees Ahmad Wani of Begaam, Kulgam. The police said the incident took place at 3 am on Saturday outside the 34 Rashtriya Rifles base of the Army at Pahnoo village of Shopian district. A senior police official said Wani was trying to cross the security fence when the Army personnel opened fire. "The Army men issued a warning before firing some shots in the air," the official said. OC

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