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crpf ladies battalion in jammu and kashmir: women crpf personnel deployed for security duties srinagar lal chowk

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  • Deployment of CRPF women personnel at Lal Chowk, Srinagar
  • Preparations for the final attack on terrorists in the forest of Poonch
  • Terrorist activities will be banned in Jammu and Kashmir, plan ready

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The way non-Kashmiri people are being targeted by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir, since then security has been tightened there. In the same month, terrorists killed many innocent people, many from UP and Bihar. After this type of target killing, every round is being monitored. Women personnel of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) have been deployed at Lal Chowk in Srinagar.

Every incoming and outgoing surveillance is being done by the women personnel of CRPF at Lal Chowk in Srinagar. According to the need, searches are also being done on their behalf. In the wake of killings of civilians in Kashmir, for the first time in the last 30 years, women personnel of CRPF conducted searches in Lal Chowk area of ​​the city.

Women personnel of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) check the bags of women passing through the Lal Chowk area of ​​the city. Women generally did not protest, but some women expressed displeasure that the investigation should not have been conducted in public.

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One woman said that women have many such things, which are private. The women of CRPF should have made a temporary place for the investigation, so that secrecy is maintained. He said that he has a problem not with the search but with the method of investigation. Earlier, women were not searched in Kashmir. But it has been started after the killings targeting non-local laborers in the last few days.

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At the same time, the army has intensified its operation to kill the hiding terrorists. In this episode, people in Mendhar area of ​​Poonch district have been asked by the security forces to stay indoors. The security forces are preparing for the final attack on the terrorists hiding in the nearby forests. The army has deployed para commandos and helicopters for surveillance in this entire area. The terrain is hilly and the forest is dense, making the operation even more difficult and dangerous.

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Uttarakhand Weather Update Today: Indian Army Soldier Rescue More Than 300 People From Nainital And Tanakpur Photos

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Amidst the devastation caused by heavy rains in Kumaon, Uttarakhand, army personnel without delay engaged in rescue and relief work. In order to rescue the people trapped in Tallital due to the rise in the water level of Nainital lake, the army contingent carried out a rescue operation for six hours and rescued 30 people, including two children.

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In Tanakpur, the army carried out a four-hour rescue operation and brought 283 villagers to a safe place. Among them were 55 children. GOC Sub Area Major General Sanjeev Khatri said that additional troops of the army have been kept on standby at both the places to deal with the emergency.

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On October 18, there was heavy rain in the state. This has caused havoc in many areas. Nainital lake overflows. This put the lives of the people of Tallital in danger. Many shopkeepers were also trapped due to the lake overflowing.

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Heavy rains disrupt life in Uttarakhand, at least 16 killed

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This video is from Nainital, where the water of Naini Lake has now entered the streets and roads. Due to heavy rains in Nainital, water has entered many houses.

In the summer season, people used to enjoy boat in Naini Lake. Now its water is adding to the problems of the people.

This vehicle got stuck due to sudden flood situation in Badrinath. The team of Border Roads Organization (BRO) rescued the people on board after hard work.

Heavy rains have disrupted normal life in Uttarakhand. Relief and rescue operations have also been affected due to incessant rains. Due to heavy rains in the state, all the gates of Nanak Sagar Dam in Udham Singh Nagar had to be opened.

A motorcyclist in Haldwani narrowly escaped when people raised a noise and turned him back before crossing the bridge.

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man set fire in his home: man set fire to his house in a quarrel with wife 10 houses of neighbors were also burnt

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  • In Satara, the houses of 10 neighbors burnt in the quarrel between husband and wife
  • The villagers beat up the accused and handed him over to the police.
  • Sanjay Patil had a dispute with wife Pallavi over some issue

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A man living in Satara district of Maharashtra got into a heated argument with his wife on Tuesday. The matter went so far that the husband, in a fit of rage, set his own house on fire. The fire broke out in such a way that 10 houses of neighbors also came under its grip and all were burnt to ashes. The villagers thrashed the accused fiercely and later the police arrested him.

According to the information, this incident is of village Mazgaon in Patan block. It is being told that Sanjay Patil, who lives here, had a fight with his wife Pallavi over some issue. The matter went a long way. In anger, Sanjay set his house on fire. The fire spread very fast and nearby houses also came in its flame.

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Actually, the fire broke out so fast due to the domestic cylinder. There was no loss of life in this incident, but the houses of about ten people were completely burnt. The villagers also beat up the accused who set the arson fiercely. Later handed over to the police. The loss of property is said to be around 50 lakhs in this incident.

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