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JandK Police bust Pak-sponsored narco terror module

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JandK Police bust Pak-sponsored narco terror module

JandK Police bust Pak-sponsored narco terror module

The Jammu and Kashmir Police busted a Pak-sponsored narco terror module in Kupwara on April 08.

Police also arrested one person in this connection.

9 kg heroin has also been seized worth Rs 50-60 crore.

Police succeeded in busting the module after a tip-off.


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