Stray dogs leave seven persons injured in north Kashmir

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At least seven persons were injured after being attacked by stray dogs at multiple places in Lolab area in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

As per the reports, the victims which mainly included women and minors were taken to SDH Sogam for immediate treatment where one of them with relatively serious injuries was referred to SDH Kupwara for preferential treatment.

Confirming it, an official identified the victims as: Asha Begum (55), wife of Mohammad Saleem Khan; Mohammad Ramzan (60); Shafat Ahmed (6), son of Ghulam Qadir; Bibi Noor (55) wife of Abdul Jaffar Naiku – residents of Divar and Haneefa Begum (50) wife of Abdul Khaliq, resident of Tekipora besides a 5-year-old boy from Maidanpora namely Aurungzaib son of Mohammad Ramzan.

“The victims are under treatment and there isn’t much to worry about their overall well-being”, an official said. (GNS)

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