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Incidents of infiltration in Kashmir down by 75%: Indian Army

DNA Saturday, 10 October 2020 ()
General Officer in Command XV Corps Lt Gen BS Raju said that infiltration in Kashmir dipped from 130 in 2019 to less than 30 this year.
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News video: Infiltration from Pakistan reduced this year: GOC Chinar Corps

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GOC Chinar Corps of Indian Army, Lieutenant General BS Raju stated that infiltration from Pakistan has been reduced this year. However, the recent actives shows that the intentions of Pakistan are the same, Lt Gen BS Raju said. "This year, we have been able to thwart infiltration to a great extent....

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