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J&K Police rescue 3-year-old boy crying over body of his grandfather killed in cross-firing, heart-melting pics go viral




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New Delhi: Police rescued a three-year-old boy from getting hit by bullets throughout a terrorist assault in Jammu and Kashmir’s Sopore on Wednesday. Picture of a police officer holding the kid, on the spot the place the terrorist assault was reported, was shared on social media.

The baby was current on the spot on the time of the assault and was later rescued by a cop. According to the main points, the kid was the grandson of the 60-year-old civilian who had misplaced his life in the terrorist assault in Sopore.

Cop saved boy from getting hit by bullet

As the militants opened hearth and safety forces retaliated, the boy and his grandfather occurred to be passing by the world. The man suffered two bullet accidents and died on the spot. The clueless baby was then seen crying over his grandfather’s body coated in blood.

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In a heart-melting image, a policeman may be seen holding the child in his arms and making an attempt to cheer him up.

Kashmir Zone Police tweeted:

“JKP #rescued a three years old boy from getting hit by bullets during #terrorist #attack in #Sopore. @JmuKmrPolice (sic),” a tweet by the Kashmir Zone Police learn.

Earlier in the day, a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan and a civilian misplaced their lives after terrorists fired upon a CRPF patrolling get together in Sopore. Two of the injured CRPF jawans are recognized to be in important situation.



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