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J&K Police SPO Fayaz Ahmad and His Wife Shot Dead by Terrorists in Kashmir, Daughter Critically Injured

WebdeskJun 28, 2021, 01:03 PM IST

J&K Police SPO Fayaz Ahmad and His Wife Shot Dead by Terrorists in Kashmir, Daughter Critically Injured

“The terrorists entered the house of SPO Fayaz Ahmad and started firing indiscriminately late at night on June 28. Daughter Rafia is battling for life in a Srinagar hospital.”


Terrorists killed a Jammu & Kashmir Police SPO Fayaz Ahmad and his wife Raja late night on June 28.


Ahmad’s daughter Rafia is critically injured and is fighting for her life in a Srinagar hospital.


Terrorists barged into Ahmad’s house in Hariparigam in South Kashmir and started firing indiscriminately.


The Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir Manoj Sinha condoled the death of the SPO and his wife.


He tweeted, “I strongly condemn the brutal terrorist attack on SPO Fayaz Ahmad & his family at Awantipora. This is an act of cowardice & perpetrators of violence will be brought to justice very soon. My deepest condolences to the family of the martyr & prayers for the recovery of injured.”


On June 22, another unarmed J&K police officer Parvaiz Ahmad Dar was shot dead by two terrorists. Dar was crossing the road to go home after offering the evening prayer in the mosque when two terrorists attacked him from behind.


On June 18, J&K Police officer Javaid Ahmad was shot dead by the terrorists near his home in Srinagar.




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