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Meanwhile, a pellet victim who was rushed to Shri Maharaja Hari Singh (SMHS) Hospital in Srinagar told Hindustan Times that security forces also barged into the college thereby aggravating the situation. Dr Abdul Rashid Parra, Medical Superintendent of Pulwama hospital, said that 54 injured students were treated at the hospital. Three critically injured persons have been referred to Srinagar .
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