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Jammu drowning: 2nd body recovered from Tawi

IndiaTimes Sunday, 19 May 2024
Jammu police recovered bodies of Rajinder Singh and Abhikash Singh from Tawi river in Kishanpur-Manwal area after a drowning incident on May 17. SDRF, NDRF, and 09 Para unit of Army joined the search and rescue operation to locate Abhikash.
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