West Bengal: Two teachers injured in shooting inside Cooch Behar school; assailants fired indiscriminately inside campus

Two teachers were injured after some unidentified assailants allegedly opened fire inside a private school in Cooch Behar on Wednesday

Asian News International December 19, 2018 23:37:57 IST
West Bengal: Two teachers injured in shooting inside Cooch Behar school; assailants fired indiscriminately inside campus

Cooch Behar: Two teachers were injured after some unidentified assailants allegedly opened fire inside a private school in Cooch Behar on Wednesday.

The bike-borne miscreants barged inside the school premises and fired indiscriminately before fleeing the spot.

The injured were rushed to the private hospital for treatment. Police are investigating the case.

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