CRPF praises Kashmiri journalist for helping injured jawan

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is all set to thank photographer Waseem Andrabi, who immediately rushed to help injured constable Pranam Singh in Budgam in Jammu and Kashmir.

The CRPF jawan got on November 28 injured during an encounter in which top Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Naveed Jatt was killed in an operation by the security forces.

Stone pelting started at the site of encounter. CRPF jawan Pranam Singh got injured in the stone pelting incident. Waseem Andrabi, a photographer with a leading daily, was among the scores of photo journalists present at the encounter site.

Pranam Singh was grievously injured after a stone hit his head. He was bleeding profusely. His team rushed to rescue him. But stone pelting was on. Waseem rushed to help the injured soldier. Read More

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