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Watch: Underground LeT hideout busted in J-K's Awantipora

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Watch: Underground LeT hideout busted in J-K's Awantipora

Watch: Underground LeT hideout busted in J-K's Awantipora

In a joint search operation, Awantipora Police, with 55 Rashtriya Rifles and 185 Battalion CRPF busted a terrorist hideout at Kawani area of J-K's Awantipora district.

They destroyed the underground hideout of Lashkar- e-Taiba.

One pistol, three hand grenades, 2091 rounds of AK-47 ammunition has been recovered from the spot.

FIR has been registered in the matter.


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