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Student’s body recovered near gunfight site in Achabal

A body of a civilian was found near the site of Monday’s gunfight site in Badoora village of Achabal in this south Kashmir district on Tuesday.

A JeM militant and an Army officer were killed while two
other soldiers, including an officer, were injured in the daylong gunfight in
the village on Monday. The body of Nasir Ahmad Mir, 20, son of Fayaz Ahmad Mir
of Check Achabal was found by the people 
near the encounter site this morning.

“A woman potted his body in the paddy fields around a
kilometer away from Monday’s gun-fight site. He had received bullet in his
shoulder and had suffered heavy blood loss,” locals told Greater Kashmir.

The doctors confirmed that Nasir had died due to excessive
blood loss.

Police, later reached at the spot and took the body for
post-mortem and other legal formalities. “He was probably hit by a stray bullet
during an exchange of fire,” said a police official adding they are
investigating the matter.

Nasir, according to locals was a first-year student at
Degree College Anantnag. His body was later handed over to his family for last
rites.

People in large numbers participated in his funeral.

Amid protests and clashes a shutdown was also observed in
Achabal areas.

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