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Major News and Events of 04 September 2017

What Happened on 04 September 2017

Two militants killed in an encounter during search operation in Baramulla region of Jammu and Kashmir

In Sopore township of Baramulla district, two militants were killed today in an encounter with the security forces. As reported by a police official, the security forces acted on specific intelligence inputs and launched a cordon and search operation there. “As the cordon was tightened, the militants started firing triggering the encounter,” a police official said. However, the identity of militants and the group to which they are associated is yet to be found out.

49 infants die in 30 days in Farrukhabad Hospital, Uttar Pradesh

After Gorakpur's B.R. Medical College tragedy, 49 infants in Farrukhabad Hopsital, Uttar Pradesh have also lost their lives due to lack of oxygen and shortage of medicines. Laxity and lack of medicines, including shortage of oxygen has been described as the cause behind the death of these children. The CMO and DM of Farrukhabad district of Uttar Pradesh were removed after 49 infants have died in 30 days in Farrukhabad's Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. This incident comes barely after a month of the tragic death of infants in Gorakpur's B.R. Medical College.

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