Punjab CM Amarinder Singh warns Pakistan against attempts to spread 'narco terrorism'
Saturday, 9 May 2020
Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh warned Pakistan on Saturday against its "persistent attempts" to spread narco-terrorism in India, asserting that the police force was "keeping a close watch" on anti-national activities across the border even during a crisis.
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