PSO shot dead at Baramulla
Baramulla, Nov 20: An PSO was killed after unidentified gunmen fired at him in Baramulla town this afternoon.
The deceased was identified as Mushtaq Ahmmad Malla, a resident of Ganderbal.
According to reports, the deceased was deployed as PSO with ruling National Conference (NC) activist Irfan Ahmad Banday, who was here to inaugurate an electronic showroom in Main Chowk Baramulla.
Eyewitnesses said the PSO was sitting in a shop, opposite to the electronic showroom being inaugurated by Banday when some unidentified gunman fired at him.
A police spokesman said; “At around 14:50 hrs, militants fired upon PSO Mushtaq Ahmad 504/G at Baramulla Chowk while performing his duties. He received injuries in his abdomen and left hand.”
Mushtaq was rushed to SMHS hospital Srinagar, where he succumbed.
Baramulla police has registered a case in this regard and investigation has been started, police spokesman said.
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