Jammu & Kashmir

Army called in for flag march in Kishtwar, curfew imposed after unidentified gunmen open fire at RSS leader

File photo of Indian army soldiers conducting a flag march at Rohtak in Haryana. (Deepak Khanna. via AP)

Srinagar: Army has been called for a flag march amid curfew in Kishtwar district following the attack on RSS leader inside a hospital where he works as a medical assistant. His PSO was killed on the spot in the attack while gunmen decamped with the rifle of the slain policeman.

Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar, Angrez Singh Rana said that army has been called to carry a flag march while curfew was imposed soon after the incident to prevent any law and order disturbance.

DC confirmed the death of the PSO and the injuries to the RSS leader Chandrakant Singh.

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