Seurity personnels take positions during an encounter in Sopore township in Baramulla district of Kashmir.
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One Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan succumbed to his injuries and another injured jawan was shifted to Srinagar following a militant attack in north Kashmirs Sopore area on Wednesday, a CRPF official said.
An official said a civilian also died in the attack.
Four people, including three CRPF personnel, were injured, the officials said.
The injured have been shifted to a nearby hospital.
Security forces have cordoned off the area and searches are on to arrest the attackers.
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