Ambulance driver injured in shooting by security forces in Kashmir

An ambulance driver was allegedly shot at and injured by security forces in Srinagar’s Safa Kadal town while he was taking a patient from Ganderbal district to Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital on Thursday.

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Published on 18 Aug 2016 6:54 PM GMT

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Srinagar: An ambulance driver was allegedly shot at and injured by security forces in Srinagar’s Safa Kadal town while he was taking a patient from Ganderbal district to Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital on Thursday.

“Ghulam Ahmad was shot with a pellet gun at a crossing in the town while he was on his way to SMHS Hospital in Srinagar with a patient,” said a senior police official.

It may be mentioned that even after being shot in the arm, Ahmad drove the ambulance to the hospital. Subsequently, he was admitted to the same hospital for treatment.

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