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JAMMU: In Gharota group clash case, Police has added Arms Act in the case and started investigation in this context; however weapons have not been traced yet.As per case, on Nov 20, two groups entered into a clash and attacked each other with sharp-edged weapons. In the incident, arms and legs of four persons were chopped off and they were shifted to Punjab for specialised treatment. The injured were identified as Bhavishan Singh, son of Jagdev Singh; Vikas Singh, son of Rachpal, both residents of Malpur; Pritam, son of Krishan and Uttam, son of Krishan Singh, resident of Gharota. On basis of statements, an attempt to murder case was registered, but after further investigation police has further added Arms Act.
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