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Varanasi JHV Mall mall firing kills two persons


Two persons were killed and two others injured when an unidentified person opened fire at them at a mall here on Wednesday evening, police said. The assailant fled the crime scene as frightened people ran for cover.

The deceased is said to be shopkeepers who ran a garment shop at the JHV Mall.

The injured have been rushed to a medical facility where their condition is stated to be serious.

The police have started a probe and are checking CCTV footage while main entry and exit points in the area have been sealed.

More details are awaited.

(With inputs from agencies.)


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