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Cop attacked in Muktsar

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Muktsar: Unidentified persons on Monday midnight allegedly attacked a constable near Sotha village in Muktsar. The injured, identified as Jagsir Singh, was returning to his residence at Duhewala on his motorcycle when the assailants attacked him and ran away with Rs 8,000, two gold rings and some documents. The police said a case would be registered once the injured policeman gave a statement. oc

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