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Family mourns death of deceased Tral jawan Killed in LoC firing

By Basharat Rashid

Tral—Family members mourned the death of army jawan , who was reportedly killed in ceasefire violation at Rajouri sector of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday.

As per the official reports , The deceased army jawan was identified as Mudasir Ahmad Rather (37) , resident of Buchoo Village in South Kashmir’s Tral.

According to the family,slain Mudasir was working in army since last 18 years and was supposed to get retirement in the month of December.

Soon after the news regarding the death of Mudasir, reaches his ancestral village, Buchoo Tral , the family members and neigbours including women started wailing and were beating their chests to mourn his death.

The deceased Mudasir is survived by Father - Mother , wife and two children.

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