Six injured in leopard attacks in south Kashmir

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Four family members were among six people who were injured in a leopard attack at Kreeri village of Dooru in south Kashmir’s Anantnag in the last 24 hours, officials said on Tuesday.

An official told a local news agency, Kashmir News Observer (KNO), that six people were attacked by a leopard in the last 24 hours leaving them injured. “All the injured have been shifted to hospital for treatment,” he said.

Among the injured four have been identified as Mehbooba Akhter wife of Mohammad Yousf Dar, Zareefa Bano wife of Abdul Aziz Dar, Nadi Jan daughter of Mohammad Yousuf and Saqib Ahmad son of Mohammad Yousuf — all residents of Kreeri Dooru

Meanwhile, medical superintendent SDH Dooru, Dr Rafi Salati told KNO that last evening two injured were brought to the hospital and this morning four family members were brought to SDH Dooru in an injured condition.

He added that all the injured were stable and were undergoing treatment at the hospital. (KNO)

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