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Infiltration alert along Ganganagar border

DNJAI73933 | 1/12/2017 | Author : Kartikey Dev Singh | WC :306 | City-Jaipur

Cops alerted in Rajasthan; terror agents look to break the winter jinx

Jaipur: Wounds from Pathankot incident, where terrorists infiltrated and attacked the air base killing many, are still raw. Concerning reports from the intelligence agencies have now warned the police and defence institutions in Rajasthan about a possible infiltration attempt by armed men from across the Pakistan border likely along the Sriganganagar territory.
According to sources, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has passed on an alert to the state agencies informing them of terrorists on the lookout to cross over from Pakistan into Rajasthan territory. The state police has already responded to the threat, the message having percolated down to its officials posted along the border areas.
On Wednesday, the Suratgarh police
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