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Fall in militants' infiltration into Indian Kashmir – police

Infiltration of militants into the Indian zone of Kashmir from Pakistan has come down in the last three weeks, according to a report compiled by Kashmir state police. A top police official of the rank of deputy inspector general, who did not want to be identified, told AFP that the number of militant crossovers had come down because of “better border management” by Indian troops. “The latest report has revealed that between May 1 and May 25 around 30 rebels sneaked into Kashmir, when during the corresponding period last year about 148 militants had infiltrated,” he said. He added that during the three week period alone troops killed 65 militants in Kashmir’s border districts of Kupwara, Poonch and Rajouri. Full Story

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