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The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Sunday busted a terrorist hideout of Lashkar-e-Taiba in Chandhara Pampore village of the south Kashmir district's Awantipora area. Awantipora Police officials swiftly acted after receiving credible intel regarding the presence of terrorist hideout in a particular house in village Chandhara. The police have also arrested one terrorist associate named Adil Ahmad Shah. During the search, one large hideout was found in the cowshed of the house. Amongst clothing and other essentials, incriminating material of proscribed outfit LeT with 26 rounds of AK47 were recovered from the hideout.


Srinagar, Jan 10 (IANS) Based on credible input regarding presence of terrorists of proscribed terror outfit leT in a hideout...


Srinagar, Jan 10 (IANS) Based on credible input regarding presence of terrorists of proscribed terror outfit leT in a hideout...


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