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Arrest of 5 suspected terrorists has no connection with farmers' protest: Delhi Police

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Arrest of 5 suspected terrorists has no connection with farmers' protest: Delhi Police

Arrest of 5 suspected terrorists has no connection with farmers' protest: Delhi Police

On being asked if the arrest of five people, suspected to be terrorists, in Delhi today is linked with farmers' protests, Pramod Kushwaha, DCP, Special Cell of Delhi Police, said, "This case has no connection with the ongoing protests at the borders (of Delhi)." Earlier, following an encounter in Shakarpur area, five suspected terrorists were arrested by Delhi Police Special Cell today.

Two of them are from Punjab, while remaining three are Kashmir-based.


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