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Six-year-old boy killed after bike-borne men open fire in Punjab's Mansa

Updated on: 17 March,2023 01:01 PM IST  |  Chandigarh
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The incident took place at around 8 pm on Thursday in Mansa's Kotli Kalan village when victim Udayveer (six), along with his father Jaspreet Singh and his sister, was walking towards his house, police said

Six-year-old boy killed after bike-borne men open fire in Punjab's Mansa

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A six-year-old boy was killed after two unidentified bike-borne men opened fire in Punjab's Mansa district, police said on Friday.


The incident took place at around 8 pm on Thursday in Mansa's Kotli Kalan village when victim Udayveer (six), along with his father Jaspreet Singh and his sister, was walking towards his house, police said.


The bike-borne assailants opened fire and the bullet hit the boy, they added.


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The boy was taken to the civil hospital where he was declared "brought dead".

Why the assailants fired the shot is still unclear, police said, adding that a probe is underway.

Efforts are on to nab the assailants, they said.

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