Jammu and Kashmir: Army jawan beaten by mob in Kupwara on suspicion of being braid chopper
An Army jawan was beaten up by a mob on Tuesday in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara town on suspicion of being a braid chopper.
Srinagar: An Army jawan was beaten up by a mob on Tuesday in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara town on suspicion of being a braid chopper.
The injured jawan was rescued by Army personnel and policemen, officials said. He was taken to a military hospital for treatment.
The jawan, who could not be identified, was beaten by people on the allegation of being a braid chopper, they said.
A video of the incident was being widely circulated on social networking sites.
Army officials did not respond to calls seeking an official version of the incident.
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