BJP sarpanch Sajad Ahmad Khanday shot dead by terrorists in Kashmir's Kulgam district

The incident comes less than 48 hours after a BJP-affiliated panchayat member, Arif Ahmad Khan, was shot at in Kulgam district

Press Trust of India August 06, 2020 12:54:02 IST
BJP sarpanch Sajad Ahmad Khanday shot dead by terrorists in Kashmir's Kulgam district

Srinagar: BJP leader and sarpanch Sajad Ahmad Khanday was shot dead by terrorists near his home in south Kashmir's Kulgam district on Thursday, police said.

The terrorists, who appeared to have studied the area closely, fired at him from close range at Vessu in Qazigund area, 60 km from here, police officials said.

Khanday was immediately rushed to a hospital in nearby Anantnag district where he was declared brought dead, they said.

The incident comes less than 48 hours after a BJP-affiliated panchayat member, Arif Ahmad Khan, was shot at in Kulgam district. He is recovering from his injuries in the hospital.

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