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Pulwama attack shows India still a target for Pakistan: Defence Ministry

Zee News Thursday, 18 July 2019
Defence Ministry said in its annual report on Thursday that terrorist groups continuously encouraged by Pakistan military are still infiltrating into India under cover of massive cross border firing in Jammu and Kashmir and Indian armed forces are giving befitting responses to check infiltration.
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