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Sep 03, 2018
1:50PM

A massive anti-terror operation launched in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir

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In Jammu and Kashmir, security forces launched a massive search operation in over a dozen villages in Pulwama district this morning. Security sources said, troops of Army, Special Operation Group of J&K Police and CRPF have sealed all exit points and launched a house to house search in these villages.
 
The operation, which was launched following inputs about the presence of terrorists in the area, was going on when the reports last came in.
 
At least 18 villages were brought under the search operation by joint forces of army, Police & CRPF in wee hours today. Security sources said that massive search operation was launched following inputs about the presence of militants in the areas.
 
The villages include Rohmu, Bellow, Rajpora, Putrigam, Mitrigam, Frasipora, Gasu, Kuchepura, Chak, Mirgund, Zagigam, Tukarpura, Kamrazipura, Drubgam, Hanjan and other adjacent areas.

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