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'Sticky bombs are real emerging threat'

IndiaTimes Friday, 30 September 2022
In the wake of ‘sticky bombs’ being suspected behind the twin bus blasts in Udhampur, Jammu and Kashmir, on Wednesday night and Thursday morning, CRPF DG Kuldiep Singh on Thursday conceded that sticky bombs are a “real” emerging threat, even though the heightened risk from these easy-to-plant bombs was effectively and successfully managed during the Amarnath Yatra held this year from June 30 to August 11.
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