Slain civilian in Pulwama clashes leaves behind Indonesian wife, 3 Months old baby

Srinagar, Dec 15 : One of the eight civilians killed in clashes with the security forces on Saturday in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district, leaves behind an Indonesian wife and a three-month-old baby.

Abid Hussain of Karimabad village completed his MBA from Indonesia, and had returned home last year with his wife.

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Along with Hussain, another youth identified as Amir Ahmad, died in the clashes that occurred in Sirnoo village after a gunfight between the security forces and militants took place earlier in the day in the area.




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