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Pakistan pushing coronavirus infected militants into Kashmir: J&K DGP

Pakistan had been supporting terrorists and now it is exporting coronavirus patients to infect people of Kashmir. This is something on which there is a need to take precaution," he told reporters in central Kashmir's Ganderbal district after reviewing security and measures taken in view of COVID-19 outbreak.

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Sh. Dilbag Singh-IPS, Director General of Police (DGP) today said Pakistan is now pushing militants suffering with the coronavirus infection into Jammu and Kashmir.

Singh visited quarantine centres in north Kashmir Ganderbal district earlier in the day, especially the one set up inside the Police Training School (PTS) Manigam in the district.
In addition to reviewing the required facilities at the quarantine centre, the police chief also took a review meeting of the security situation in the area.

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Interacting with some media persons during his visit, the police chief said till now Pakistan had been sending militants with arms and ammunition into J&K, now the neighbouring country is pushing in militants who are infected with COVID-19.

Singh cautioned people to watch out for these infected militants who could spread the virus in areas they hide in or visit during their subversive activities.

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Source: Kashmir Times

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