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CRPF probing video of troops alleging non-availability of bullet proof vehicles

IndiaTimes Saturday, 10 October 2020
The Central Reserve Police Force on Saturday said it is looking into the "authenticity" of a video, posted by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Twitter, in which some troops allege that they are being made to move for operational duties in a non bullet proof vehicle.
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