Ajas shuts to remember 1992 firing victims

Ajas shuts to remember 1992 firing victims
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Srinagar: A complete shutdown is being observed in Ajas village of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district on Thursday to mark the 26th death anniversary of those killed in 1992 force’s firing.
All shops and business establishments are closed while as very thin traffic is plying on roads.
Four people were killed and 13 others were injured on 1 Feb 1992 after the soldiers of BSF allegedly opened fire on them.
Four people according to local sources who were killed included an 18-year-old student, Muhammad Maqbool Rather, Abdul Rashid Ganie, a driver Abdul Rahim Rather, 32, a labourer and Muhammad Sultan Lone, 40, a labourer.

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