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Abdul Gani Lone was killed in 2002 by gunmen.

An article published by the Ministry of External Affairs of India confirms the claim.

Abdul Ghani Lone was a Kashmiri lawyer and a senior leader of the All Parties Hurriyet Conference (HC), an alliance of secessionist parties and leaders. Lone was assassinated on 21 May 2002 while commemorating the twelfth anniversary of the death of Kashmiri leader Mirwaiz Maulvi Farooq. He was shot when he was about to leave for home after paying tributes to Mirwaiz Mohammed Farooq at Eidgh in Srinagar.

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