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Imran Khan calls Pulwama terror attack an 'indigenous thing'

DNA Tuesday, 23 July 2019
The Pulwama attack, he claimed, was "an indigenous thing." Pakistan, he said, came in picture, because a group (Jaish-e-Mohammed) based in his country and also in Kashmir claimed responsibility for the attack.
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