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President of PSAP attacked in Jammu, escapes unhurt

Jammu, Jan 31: President of Jammu and Kashmir Private School Parents Association (PSPA), Amit Kapoor was on Sunday late evening allegedly fired upon by unknown gunmen near Greater Kailash area of Jammu city.

According to the news agency, Amit Kapoor, who escaped unhurt in the incident, said that he was on way from Bari Brahmana and at Greater Kailash, three bullets were fired upon his vehicle.

“Three bullets were fired upon my vehicle with direction on my chest but I escaped unhurt fortunately,” he said and demanded fair probe into the matter.

Pertinently, Kapoor came in limelight after he started series of protests against the alleged over charging of fee by many private schools.


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