JAMMU: “We were on our way to Beas in Punjab for organizational work. Three people in army uniform came in the middle of the road at Dayala Chak, stopped the vehicle and asked all of us to come down, said an eyewitness Gurpreet Singh who was injured in the militant firing and is admitted at district hospital.
They asked the driver to move into the vehicle and asked rest of us to run after which they fired at us. One of our colleagues died on the spot,” Singh said.
The injured rang up their colleagues at Radha Swami sect premises at Thandi Khui, about 25 km from Jammu, who then informed the police.
The injured have been identified as Gurpreet Singh, Sahib Singh and Kamaljeet Singh all residents of Gurdaspur in neighbouring Punjab and working as volunteers with Radaha Swami Satsang Beas.
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