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Unidentified man shoots Sikh man in Washington, US
In US, a Sikh man has been injured when an unidentified person shot him outside his home in the Washington state and allegedly shouted go back to your own country.

Local media reports, the Sikh man was working on his vehicle outside his home in the city of Kent on Friday when he was approached by a stranger, who walked up to the driveway.

Kent police said, an argument broke out between the two men, with the victim saying the suspect made statements to the effect of go back to your own country. The unidentified man then shot him in the arm.

Kent Police Chief Ken Thomas said, while the Sikh man sustained non life-threatening injuries, they are treating this as a very serious incident. Kent police have launched an investigation into the case and reached out to the FBI and other law enforcement agencies.

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