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Bunkers near schools in border areas of J and K's Rajouri to safeguard students

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Bunkers near schools in border areas of J and K's Rajouri to safeguard students

Bunkers near schools in border areas of J and K's Rajouri to safeguard students

Community classes began in schools of Rajouri's Nowshera and Sunderbani sectors.

Ceasefire violations by Pakistan are frequent in these border villages.

Administration has built concrete bunkers in schools to ensure safety of children.

Villagers feel safer after the construction of these bunkers.


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