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Lens on J&K schools ‘motivating kids to become terrorists’: DGP

IndiaTimes Sunday, 18 October 2020 ()
Some schools-cum-religious education-centres in Shopian and Pulwama are under the watch of intelligence agencies and Jammu & Kashmir police for allegedly using the facade of formal education to identify vulnerable pupils and motivate them to work for terrorist outfits active in the Valley, TOI has learned.
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