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Nine injured in clash over waste water in Fazilka district

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Fazilka: At least nine persons have been injured in a group clash over waste water dispute in Jatwali village of Fazilka district. The injured have been identified as Parveen Rani, Asha Rani, Milakh Raj of one group and Sukhdev Singh, Jagdev Singh, Surinder Singh, Luvpreet Kaur, Parmjit Kaur and Pawan Kumar of other group. All have been admitted to the Civil Hospital. OC

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