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Watch: Army successfully persuades militant youth to surrender in Budgam

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Watch: Army successfully persuades militant youth to surrender in Budgam

Watch: Army successfully persuades militant youth to surrender in Budgam

Continuing its efforts to provide a comeback chance to the misguided youth of Kashmir, Indian Army on October 16 successfully persuaded Jahangir Ah Bhat, a 31-year-old shopkeeper gone rogue after missing from Chadoora town, to surrender in Budgam.

He was apprehended with one AK rifle.

Chinar Corps of the Indian Army executed the dramatic operation in which they persuaded him to surrender.

Kashmir IGP Vijay Kumar said, "Special Police Officer Altaf Hassan Bhat, posted in Budgam, had decamped with two AK-47 rifles and three magazines, two days back along with his friend Jahangir Bhat.

Area was cordoned by security forces and firing had ensued.

SPO managed to escape, Jahangir was nabbed."


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