Dog attack victim still untraced
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 30: Five days on since 30-year old Safa Kadal man Shabir Ahmed Bhat jumped into Jhelum when chased by stray dogs, his body is still untraced.
Police said there was still no trace of the missing man.
Shabir on Saturday last week jumped into Jhelum when he was chased by stray dogs soon after he took a bath in the river and was about to wear his clothes.
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