‘Experienced' hands to secure Srinagar
The Morning Standard|November 08, 2021
THE CRPF has pulled out its men from north and south Kashmir to deploy them in sensitive Srinagar instead of directly inducting in the city new companies that are being rushed to the restive UT.
FAYAZ WANI

THE CRPF has pulled out its men from the north and south Kashmir to deploy them in sensitive Srinagar instead of directly inducting in the city new companies that are being rushed to the restive UT.

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