Police refute reports of attack on doctor’s house
Srinagar: Police on Saturday refuted rumours about an “attack” on the house of a doctor in Srinagar saying that a “few stray bullets” during last evening’s gunfight in Natipora area of the city had hit two vehicles and windows of two houses in the vicinity.
“A fake news is being circulated about an attack on the house of a doctor in Srinagar. Few stray bullets from Natipora encounter had hit two vehicles and windows of two houses in the locality last night,” a police spokesman said.
Local news agency KNO quoted a police official as saying that a vehicle (JK02CH-0144) allotted to M K Devedi, Commissioner Secretary GAD, and residential house of ENT specialist Dr Kulvider Mehta at Sikh Mohalla opposite Tulsibagh quarter M5, was hit by stray bullets fired at the Natipora/Methan encounter site.
“A vehicle and window of the house were hit by bullets. There was no loss of life or any injury to anyone,” the official said.
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