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The injured non-local laborers have been recognized as Chota Prasad, a resident of Gorakhpur, and Govind, a resident of Khushinagar in Uttar Pradesh. One among them is in a vital situation.
The Resistance Entrance (TRF) had claimed accountability of the assault, saying that each of them have been domicile seekers and have been able to settle in Kashmir. TRF is believed to be a shadow of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) outfit.
In an identical incident on November 3, a terrorist opened hearth at two non-locals, who have been working for a non-public faculty, at Bondialgam in Anantnag district in Jammu and Kashmir. In keeping with Kashmir Police, the terrorist fired upon two labourers, one from Bihar and one other from Nepal. Each the non-locals had sustained accidents and have been shifted to the Authorities Medical School in Anantnag.
The Further Director Basic of Police for Kashmir stated the victims have been known as out for some work. As quickly as they got here out, the terrorist fired upon them with a pistol.